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MacLean'sof Fairhaven 

UNION WHARF, FAIRHAVEN. Tel. 999-1514 
Open 9 to 5:30 MON. thru SAT. Closed Sun. 

Every Day 

flS H lOWf 




HUTTLESTON PET SHOP 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN . 997-0511 

* l>**A Canned RABBIT PELLETS 
rirq Dog Food fo jgi. 

957-0511 FET SUPPLIES SAfy/Jfjf 

PET FOOD HEADQUARTERS 



49th Birthday chocolate 

7 FUDGE $2.00 lb 




SALT WATER 

TAFFY $1.50 lb. 



lot kg Cox £ 

HOMEMADE CANDIES 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN . 996-2465 



FOR CONVENIENCE - & SUotUU} 

LAUNDRY ROOM 

T LAWRENCE B. 

MAXFIELD 

REGISTERED - ^37 I 

FASTER PLUMBER 
993-4663 

55 MAIN ST ., FAIRHAVEN 




COVER - SHIPYARD PARK WAS THE SCENE OF SUNDAY'S 
ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW AS CRAFTSMEN DEMONSTRATED 
THEIR SKILL AND SOLD THEIR PRODUCTS TO THE MANY 



CALL US FOR ALL YOUR 
INSURANCE NEEDS 



"Honestly, it's the 
Best Policy" 




— "The Friendly Insurance Office" " • 

628 Pleasant St., New Bedford ■ : 99.7-3321 



£ nt ex t aining,? 

Set the stage for a happy summer 
wpZyr occasion with fresh flowers! 




jfi 



ouiJe 



FLOWER SHOP 




Tony and Millie Roderick 

993-0157 ^-6650 

486 Pleasant St., New Bedford 



ATTENDING. RAY CABRAL (UPPER LEFT), MATTAPOISETT 
LEATHER WORKER, WORKS AT HIS LAST ON A SANDAL. 
CABRAL HAD A LARGE DISPLAY OF BELTS, BOXES, BAGS, 
SANDALS AND OTHER HAND CRAFTED LEATHER GOODS. 
HARVEY BUDGET, JR. (TOP RIGHT), A POTTER, ATTRACT ■ 
ED HIS CUSTOMERS WITH THE SOUND AS WELL AS THE 
SIGHT OF HIS WARES. BUDGET'S WIND CHIMES WERE IN 
CONSTANT MOTION BLOWN BY THE GENEROUS BREEZE 
OF THE DAY. ALICE McKINNON OF NORTH DARTMOUTH 
(LOWER LEFT) FASHIONS DOLLS AND BROOMS AND OTHER 
NOVELTIES FROM RAFFIA IMPORTED FROM THE AFRICAN 
COAST. THIS PLIANT STRAW RETAINS ITS LIFE OVER A 
LONG PERIOD OF TIME. GEM-SAI TREES GLITTER IN THE 
SUNLIGHT AT LOWER RIGHT. MARY H. CUSHING'S 
CREATIONS ARE A CHINESE ART UTILIZING SEMI-PRECIOUS 
STONES TO DECORATE THE BRANCHES OF THE TESTY 
TREES FASHIONED FROM WIRE AND FLORIST'S TAPE. 

Selec t men's Mee t ing 

HORSES IN SHELLFISH AREA 

Shellfish Warden Joseph Almeida reported 
to Selectmen that horseback riders were 
seen and stopped as they rode along the 
beach at the YMCA camp (Camp Massasoit) 
at Shining Tides. He said that they were 
riding on the shellfish flats. Mr. Almeida, 
concerned with the shellfish area and with 



SEIKO 



AUTOMATED AND 




Waterproof! 

Sailors and fishermen, 
relax! Seico has the 
watch for the 
life you lead. Self- 
winding, many extra features 

ALBION B. STONE 

Jeweler — Silversmith 
160 Union SlrccJ 
NEW BEDFORD MASS 992-2922 




2 PRESTO PRESS July 27 , 1977 



Fiberglass Belted '2 for' Sale 



thru 
Aug. 15 



FIBERGLASS 

Belted 

WHITEWALLS 

2«« $ 56 

Mobil Premier Belted 

♦Size A13 ... PlusF.E.T. 



({ 300V M0RWIW6, 

mr.wowt-6uy...did 
Vou notice bis 

'2 FOR 1 TlRE SALE ?. 



WUATTH6**M*S 

A TOOFER SALE ? 






TIRES, WILBUR ,TI R6S 1 
2 FOR OWE LOW peicE, 
BUY A PAIR AK)D SAVE ■ 



TIRES ? EVERYBODY 
HAS SALES OKiTlRES, 
WHATS SO SPECIAL 
\ ABOUT YdUCS? 

"V — 



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i they're IflOBl L'S BEST 
F16ER6LASS BELTEtX. . 
THEY'RE VJU ITE WALLS..- 
AuO THEY'RE SALE-PRICED 
JUSTOOTimE FOR YOUR 
VACATOIO OGWlWGl . 

lr 



' \ 

VACATION)? ' 

I'm gojwg 

TOMEeOKIY 
CASH FOR 

vacation: 



toO PROBLEm, WILBUR... 
DSEYOUQ I0O8IL CREDIT CARD. 
I HAVE S*XX2 S(2E IKi STOCK 
AND I'LL PUT THEM ON IN A FEW 
MINUTES . I CAN ALSO CHECkl 
AUGNTOElOT ANO WHEEL, 
BALANCE FOG LOKJ6ER W6APJ. I 

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A13 


2 for $56.00 plus F.E.T. 


H14 


2 for $88.00 plus F.E.T. 


E14 


2 for $78.00 plus F.E.T. 


G15 


2 for $88.00 plus F.E.T. 


F14 


2 for $78.00 plus F.E.T. 


K15 


2 far $88.00 plus F.E.T. 


G14 


2 far $78.00 plus F.E.T. 


J15 


2 for $88.00 plus F.E.T. 






L15 


2 for $88.00 plus F.E.T. 




PLUS MOUNTING AND BALANCING 



MOBIL REVOLVING CREDIT FLAN 





VILLAGE 

Mlbil SERVICE STATION 

• RT 6, M ATT APOISETT JCQ f "J ~l O 
PAUL C. BJERINGER / J O ' / / L 

MON. thru THURS. 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. FRIDAY 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. 
SATURDAY 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 



July 27 , 1977 PRESTO PRESS 



Olde Oxford Farms 

Fresh Fruit and Produce 

YEAR 'ROUND . WHOLESALE - RETAIL 
Route 6, Fairhaven. 997-4340 

Between Worley Bedding & Fairhaven Pharmacy 




CASE OF 



Sod* *3-99 



MANY FLAVORS 



ORDER YOUR MAINE 

CI MIS 

FRI. - SAT. - SUN. 



NATIVE 

Blueberries 

ARE IN 
LIMES 3 » 29* 

RED DELICIOUS 

APPLES 

6 I W 



EARLY NATIVE APPLES & NATIVE 
PEACHES WILL BE IN SOON - 
WE WILL HAVE THEM FIRST ! 



SAT., SUN., MON., TUES. , WED. 9 to 7:30 
THURSDAY & FRIDAY 9 to 9 




the safety of swimmers , attempted to take 
the names of the horseback riders who re- 
fused and rode off. Selectmen William 
Hubbard and John DeCosta, present at the 
meeting, decided to inform the warden to 
keep a surveillance of the area to determine 
if the horseback riders return. If this is 



DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS 

PIZZA 

5 P.M. to 
11 P.M. 

EAT HERE 
or 

TAKE OUT 
Fridays only: 

FISH 'N CHIPS 
SCALLOP PLATE 
FRIED OYSTERS 




WE SERVE COCKTAILS 

SHORT WAVE 
GRILLE, Inc. 

RTE. 105, MARION 

748-2986 

FAMILIES "WELCOME 



ALMA'S 
YARN SHOP 

34 MIDDLE STREET 
F AIRHAVEN 996-07 31 

Unger Yarns 

BRITANIA, HARMONIE, 
FLUFFY, FANTASICA, 
9 COLORS, SURPRISE, 

NANETTE, ROLY SPORT 
.•9:30-7. Sat. 'til 5. Closed Wed. 

"Ridicule is the test of truth." 

William Hazlitt 



DONALD H. CHASE 
INC. 

fairhaven road 
Mattapoisett Mass 

CONTRACTOR 
BUILDER 



. INSTALLATION 
. SERVICE 
. JOBBER 
. DEALER 



CONDONING 



A well-maintained 
system saves fuel! 



Daily 7:30 AM to 6 Hvl Sat. 7:30 to 2 Closed Sundays 

WALTER'S ARCO<> STATION 

ROUTE 6, FAIRHAVEN " 992-0305 



not a one time offense , they will deter- 
mine what regulations need to be effected 

to prevent the problem. 
QUARANTINE RESPONSIBILITY 

Dog Officer Penny Hiller informed the Se- 
lectmen that she has no right to quarantine 
dogs . Animal Inspector Leonard Randall 
has to do the job according to Mrs. Hiller. 
She asked the Board to find out if he wants 
to quarantine dogs or whether he would like 
Mrs. Hiller to be named assistant animal 
inspector so that she could take care of 
dogs. The Selectmen will check into the 
matter and talk to Mr. Randall. 
DRAWN FOR GRAND JURY 

Ella Gibbons, 4 Pearl Street, Mattapoisett 
was drawn to serve on the September 26th 
session of the Grand Jury in Plymouth. 
REQUEST NAME WITHDRAWAL 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gordon of Saunders 
Avenue requested, by mail, that their names 
be withdrawn from a petition opposing the 
change of the name of Saunders Avenue to 
Crook's Way. Executive Secretary Stephen 
Lombard noted that such withdrawal would 



PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 




BUILDING 

Remodeling 

and 

Repairs 
Fisher & Roc ha Inc. 

758-3539 758-6738 



have to be done in person by the signers 
who would have to appear at the Selectmen's 
office to do so. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE APPLICANT 

Peter Hodges of Ridgewood Road has sub- 
mitted a written application for the vacancy 
on the Finance Committee. Selectmen filed 
the resume for consideration at a future date . 

Fire Department 

July 18 - 5:27 P.M. - all companies re- 
sponded to a brush fire at Point Connett; 
July 19 - 8:05 P.M. - all companies re- 
sponded to a brush fire, rear of Old Ham- 
mondtown School; July 19 - 8:35 P.M. - 




There are lots of good reasons 
to choose our bank. 

















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Pick one. 

Regular daily interest savings accounts. 

90-day notice accounts. 

Term deposits, 90 day to 6 year. 

Repurchase Agreements. 

NOW Accounts. 

IRA's. 

Free checking. 

Big Doc — our automatic 24-hour teller. 

Drive-up windows — three of them. 

And a full staff of competent, courteous 
professionals to serve you better. 

Like the many people who bank with us, 
c'mon over now and get yourself a reason. 



National Bank of Fairhaven 



75 Huttleston Avenue 

since 1HM 



July 27, 1977 PRESTO PRESS 5 



Queen Sizes & Half Sizes 
36-52 16y 2 -32 l /2 



SUPER SALE ^ 

From 50% to 80% OFF 

ADDITIONAL MARKDOWNS ON 
ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE 
SLACKS BLOUSES 
SHORTS TANK TOPS 

SWIM WEAR DRESSES 
SKIRTS JACKETS 
THIS WEEK ONLY 

ample Tr^m 



TAUNTON 
2 Main St. 
823-0021 



FAIRHAVEN 
Route 6 
997-6444 



SWANSEA 
Rt.6 K-Marr 
675-2374 



S.YARMOUTH 
Route 28 
394-1564 



9:30-5:30.Thurs.&Fri. 

nights 'til 9 



10:00 'til 9:00 10:00 'til 8:00 



Crewel Kits 

for your 
Needlework pleasure 
at 

THE ROBIN'S NEST 

yarn and wool shoppe 



86 HUTTLESTON AVE. (RT. S) FAIRHAVEN. MASS. 

TELEPHONE (617) 994-1404 





MATTAPOISETT 
RESCUE 



Engine 1 and Rescue 1 to tree fire, Neck 
Road; July 22 - 11:09 A.M. - Engine 4 
to Bolles Corner, wash down gasoline; 
July 22 - 3:24 P.M. - all companies re- 
sponded to a brush fire, Winnatuxett Road; 
July 24 - 5:30 P.M. - all companies, 
brush fire, Brandt Beach Avenue; July 24 
- 8:59 P.M. - all companies responded 
to brush fire, Shipyard Lane. 

Coastal Zone 

The Buzzards Bay Coastal Zone Advisory Group 
will meet Wednesday, August 3rd, at 7:30 P.M. 
at the Mattapoisett Town Hall. Included on 
the agenda will be: distribution of the Buzzardr 
Bay Coastal Zone Regional Chapter and dis- 
cussion of future Coastal Zone Citizen Advisory 
Councils . 




HOME 
REFINISHING 




Vinyl Siding 
Replacement Windows 
Storm Windows & Doors 
Railings and Columns 



Painting 
Papering 
Roofing 

Gutter Systems 



Styrofoam & Batt Insulation 

SEARL L. ROOT 758- 4410 Res.758-2081 

8 County Rd. (Rt. 6) Mattapoisett 
Mon.-Fri. 8 to 6; Saturday 9 to 1 



6 PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 



RESCUE DRIVE PROGRESS 

THE MATTAPOISETT RESCUE SQUAD HAS ERECTED A THER- 
MOMETER ON THE MATTAPOISETT FIRE STATION LAWN 
TO SHOW THE PROGRESS THAT IS BEING MADE IN THIS 
YEAR'S DRIVE TOWARD OBTAINING THE "JAWS OF LIFE". 
DONATIONS TOWARD THE GOAL ARE STILL BEING WEL- 
COMED BY ANY MEMBER OF THE RESCUE SQUAD WHO 
HOPE TO ADD THIS LIFESAVING TOOL TO THEIR EQUIP- 
MENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 



T 



Kid Stuff 



TOYS - ANIMALS - GAMES 
STUFFED SEA GULLS 

^The Blacksmith $hop x 



,1 M A 



ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT 
l 




The mortgage 
Little Guys can 

feel at 
home with. 



Fairhaven Savings doesn't 
want|the experience of 
getting a mortgage to spoil 
your experience of buying a 
home. So we did something 
about it. 

First, your home mortgage 
application is in simple English 
No complicated questions 
And we don't waste time 
acting on your application. 
You'll know as soon 
as we do. 




Plus your loan officer is 

available at any time 
to answer any 
question about any 
aspect of the loan 
or closing procedure. 

It all comes down 
to this. 

F'airhaven Savings is 
trying to make you 
feel at home. 
Even before 



you own one. 



Fairhaven Savings 

The bank for the Little Guy. 



Tilly 27 , 1977 PRESTO PRESS 7 



Swain 
School of Design 

19 HAWTHORN ST., NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
999-4436 

2nd Summer Session 

LANDSCAPE PAINTING, Severin Haines, Instructor. 
$50. fee. August 19 through September 1 

PHOTOGRAPHY, David Allen, Instructor. 
$50. fee. August 1 through August 26 

CHILDREN'S CLASSES, Ellen Osborn, Instructor. 
$65. fee (includes supplies). August 1 through 
August 26 

METAL PLATE LITHOGRAPHY, Nancy Campbell, 

Instructor. $50. fee. August 1 through August 26 

REGISTRATION ON OR BEFORE JULY 28th. 



Mattapoisett Seniors 

The Seniors Club is sponsoring an outing 
at the Holy Ghost Grounds on Park Street 
Wednesday, August 3rd. 

A Fried Chicken Dinner with all the fix- 
ings will be served at 12:30 P.M., after 
which there will be games, horse shoe pitch- 
ing, dancing or just some looking on for 
those who just want to sit and watch the fun* 

Cold drinks and refreshments will be avail- 
able all afternoon. We will be under cover 
in case of rain, so make your reservations 
early. A small donation is expected from 
paid-up members . 

For further details contact Mary Frates, 
993-3167; Emily Perry, 758-2382; or Sophie 
Sterling, 758-3834. 



• HOT WATER TANKS 

• REPAIRS 

• INSTALLATIONS 

• SOLAR SYSTEMS 



• WATER PUMPS 

• REMODELING 

• NEW HOMES 



Hugh C. Francis 

Reg. Master Plumber #8814 




SUMMER RESIDENTS 

WASH AND DRY YOUR LAUNDRY 
ONLY MINUTES 
FROM THE BEACH!!! 



COIN Operated LAUNDRY- 

28 Maytag Washers 
DO YOUR LAUNDRY. 

IN ANY WEATHER! 



Shop: 84 Washington Street 
Office: 61 Rotch Street, Fairhaven 



FREE ESTIMATES 
Tel. 997-9858 



OPEN 8 AM to 10 PM - Sundays too 
CASH & CARRY STORE OPEN 
8 AM to 8 *PM Weekdays 

RT. 6 5* FRONT ST., 
MARION 



HATHAWAY'S LAUNDRY INC 

4 CORNERS 
COIN 
LAUNDERETTE 




THE EYES HAVE IT 

ANYONE WHO CAN GAZE AT THESE CREATURES WITHOUT 
A GRIN HAS NO HUMOR. GERALD KLEVMAN OF WOR- 
CESTER, MASS. CARVES THESE BLACK WALNUTS INTO 
BIG EYED LITTLE CREATURES THAT WERE AN ATTRACTION 
AT THE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW. 



Screened Loam 




EXCAVATING 

GRAVEL 
SEPTIC SYSTEMS 



Pallatroni & Gingras, Inc. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Rte.6, Marion Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-2587 



PRESTO PRESS July 27 , 1977 




SPECIALS WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 



REGULAR 

HAMBURG 

LONDON BROIL 

STEAK $129 

Maple Leaf 

FRANKFURTS 

29 




SHISH 
KEBAB 

CUBES 



•$ 



1 



89 



LB. 



CHUCK 

STEAK 



791 



REGULAR 
or 

ALL BEEF 



MON. , TUES. , WED. 9 to 6 

THURS. & FRI 9 to 9 

SATURDAY 9 to 6 

WHOLESALE HOURS 

MON. - FRI. 7 to 3:30 
MEATS: RETAIL -WHOLESALE -BULK SALES 
67 COUNTY RD., RT. 6, MATTAPOISETT 
758-3783 FEDERAL INSPECTION #4012 




FROM THE DELI 

BOLOGNA 79« 



LB 




Macaroni Salad, 
Potato Salad or 

Cole Slaw 59^ 

* LB 



La Cour Pavil lion • Anheuser Busch 

$ 5 



BLANC SEC 



$2 89 



BOTTLE 



LIGHT 

BEER 



99 

CASE 




LESLIE AND SUSAN LEBLANC OF FAIRHAVEN PAUSE TO CHAT 
WITH PEOPLE WATCHING THE PAINTING OF A SCARF. THE 
GIRLS DESIGN T-SHIRTS AND HAND PAINT TEXTILES IN A 
BUSINESS CALLED "THE BEST OF FRIENDS". 



A PREVIEW OF 

SMASHING SCHOOL FASHIONS 



NOW IN PROGRESS 
AT THE 



ttte 



-FINEHY FOR THE YOUNGFOLK!' 
INFANTS THROUGH SIZE TWENTY 



758-4247 
OPEN 9:30 - 5:00 




BARSTOW STREET 
MATTAPOISETT, 
MASSACHUSETTS 



July 27, 1977 PRESTO PRESS 9 




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COUNTRY WOOD SToWES 

TELEPHONE 

A C US H NET 99-57065 




OPEN FRIDAY 
EVENINGS 



Mini- Fair garden vegetables 

The Mattapoisett Congregational Church 
Women's Community Guild will hold its last 
Friday sale on July 29th from 9 to 12 Noon 
on the premises. This week's specials are 
various tasty vegetables from some of the 
best gardens in town. 

It's the last chance to get gifts for the 
coming holidays; and those attic treasures are 
a real buy. Everything must go. 

Workers are: Peggy Palmquist, Dolly Ro- 
chette, Edna Perkins, Gene Waterhouse, and 
Carol Connor. 

Thanks to all our friends! Ruth, Mary and 



THE VillaaC CLEANERS 

ISfONVENIENT.Rt MATTADnicrTT 



IS CONVENIENT - RT. 6 MATTAPOISETT 

FAST , 1 STOP SERVICE CENTER 

DRY CLEANING . SHIRTS . LAUNDRY 
RUG SERVICE . ALTERATIONS . SHOE REPAIR 

FUR STORAGE 

8 TO 5 MONDAY - SATURDAY. 758-4670 



LONG PLAIN BAPTIST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 
1180 Main St. Acushnet, Ma. 

NURSERY 
KINDERGARTEN 
GRADES 1-6 

ACCREDITED - CERTIFIED TEACHERS 
APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE FOR 

FALL, 1977 

For information, write or call 

763-2018 



Jane (Chairwomen). 

WHERE IS IT? 
IT'S A HOUSE IN MATTAPOISETT 




THE ANSWER IN NEXT WEEK'S PRESTO PRESS. 

Compliments of the Mattapoisett Historical 
Society . 

WHERE IS IT? 

In last week's Presto we pictured two old 
photos of Mattapoisett homes, compliments 
of the Mattapoisett Historical Society who 



Cask & Keg, Ltd. 

Cheese and Wine Shop 



10 PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 




LIQUORS, APERITIFS, 
CORDIALS, BRANDIES 

Formerly Village Package Store 
COUNTY ROAD 
MATTAPOISETT. 758-2543 



SUPER LOANS at 

HHS MOKVHUUT S 9 



LOANS 



You save with our 
low savings bank rates. 
Shop around.. .then see us. 

AUTO LOANS 

You can go from to 55 mph in no time with 
one of our low cost auto loans. We offer low 
savings bank rates and fast service. 

BOAT LOANS 

Our boat loans are as easy as our 
auto loans. Our rates are great and we'll 
help you untieafew knots! 



i Home haZ\ 

I t0 % or imp™* ■ 

- a/ways on "speci a /"j 



I 
I 
I 

PERSONAL LOANS, 1 




rates with terms Trl And at 'ow Sa ".- m 



We make loans for any good reason — for 
medical bills, unexpected expenses, tuition 
payments — again at low savings bank rates and 
comfortable repayment schedules. 

COLLATERAL 
LOANS 

We can make substantial 
amounts of cash available at low 
rates with rated stocks, bonds, or 
other recognized securities as 
collateral. 



convenience. 
Re niember 



arr anged for y 0u 7 V ' n9s b ank 




New Bedford institution for savings 



NBIS MAIN NBIS NORTH NBIS SOUTH NBIS WEST NBIS ASHLEY BLVD. N3IS SO. DARTMOUTH NBIS NO. DARTMOUTH 

!74UnionSt. 1743 Acushnet Ave. 158 W. Rodney French Blvd. 821 Rockdale Ave. • 909 Ashley Blvd. 169 Rockdale Ave Faunce Corner Rd 



July 27, 1977 PRESTO PRESS 11 





ROCHESTER'S POPULAR 



JIMMIE'S 



TASTY SNACKS 

7 DAYS A WEEK 

11 A.M. to 10 P.M. 




COME IN AMD TRY OUR 

Soft Serve Ice Cream 

Cones - Sundaes - Frappes 
Banana Boats - Milk Shakes 
Floats 



Also Featuring - 

Steamed Hot Dogs - Grilled Dogs 
Hamburgers - Cheeseburgers 
French Fries - Grilled Cheese 



is having an exhibit this summer at the 
Museum of old pictures of Mattapoisett. 

The house in the picture on Page 22 was 
originally the summer home of Joseph G. 
Coleman and is now the summer home of 
the Gordon Hendersons and is located on 
Shipyard Lane. 

The picture on Page 26 shows the Elisha 
Handy house on Pearl Street and now the 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wheeler. 

Tournament Gala 

STEAK COOKOUT & DANCE 

In conjunction with the Tennis Tourna- 
ment weekend the Mattapoisett Lions Club 
is sponsoring a Steak Cookout and Dance 
at Camp Massasoit on Saturday, August 
6th. The menu will consist of a tossed 
salad, potato salad, sizzling sirloin steak, 
rolls and butter, and coffee. 

Cocktail hour will start at 7 . Dinner 
will be from 8 to 9; followed by dancing 
until 1 . 

For tickets call Jeff Riley, 758-4447; 
Clay King, 758-6401; Paul Levine, 758- 
6942; or Frank O'Neil, 758-4623. 



HILLMAN'S AUTO BODY 



& Gas Station 

295-5972 

2416 CRANBERRY HIGHWAY 
WAREHAM. Next to Nest II 
Open 8 to 9 Daily except 
Thurs. 8-5:30 & Sun. 10-9 

•AUTO PAINTING 
• Auto Body Work 




• OIL 

CHANGE 

• LIGHT 
TUNE-UP 

• BRAKE JOB 




SUSAN WHALEN 

ENSIGN IN U.S. NAVAL NURSE CORPS 

Susan Whalen was recently commissioned 
an Ensign in the U.S. Naval Nurse Corps 



® 



ALARMS 



FORAND'S 
SECURITY SYSTEMS 

Burglar and Fire Alarms 

Experts in All Alarm Systems . Free Estimates . Alarm Sales 
& Service. 24 Hour Emergency Service . Closed Circuit 
Television Systems Installed . U.L. LISTED EQUIPMENT 
GRADE A INSURANCE APPROVED . 24 HOUR CENTRAL 
STATION AUTO & TRUCK ALARMS. 

Gordon C. Forand QQQ SO 74 
28 Bennett Rd. , Rochester T 7 7 " J V/ / T 
282 Court St. . New Bedford (Central Office) 



12 PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 





THIS WEEK 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY 
AND SATURDAY 



P "" Mike's 
Prime Roast Rib of 

BEEF 



$5« 



SERVED WITH 
SOUP OR SALAD 
AND CHOICE OF 

POTATO, 
HOT ROLL & BUTTER 
(No Substitutions) 




NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAK 6.95 
BEEF KEBAB 5.25 



5.95 
4.25 



VEAL SCALLOPINE 

BAKED ITALIAN CHICKEN 

INDIVIDUAL BAKED LASAGNA 

EN CASSEROLE 3.85 

CHICKEN CACCIATORE 4.75 
VEAL CACCIATORE 5.95 
VEAL PARMESAN 5.95 

BAKED HADDOCK 4.25 
BAKED STUFFED HADDOCK 4.75 

MANY SPAGHETTI SPECIALTIES 

Restaurant 

ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN 
996-9810 

Tues. thru Sat. open 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM 
Sundays noon to 10:30 
LOUNGE OPEN 'TIL 2 AM NIGHTLY 



LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY 

Choice of Sandwiches or Complete Meals 



Pizzas 



EVERYTHING SERVED HERE 
OR PUT UP TO GO ... 



996-9810 



and is stationed at the National Naval 
Medical Center Hospital in Bethesda, 
Maryland. 

Susan is a graduate of Old Rochester Re- 
gional High School, and the University of 
New Hampshire where she received a B.S. 
in Nursing. She was formerly an R.N. at St. 
Anne's Hospital, Fall River, in the inten- 
sive care unit. 

Susan is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara 
Whalen of Mattapoisett and the late Charles 
H. Whalen. 



Auction Ahead! 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AUCTION 

October 1 is uhe date for the highly suc- 
cessful annual auction at the Mattapoisett 
Congregational Church. 

As always, the donations and support of 
members and friends is counted upon to bring 
this needed financial return to the "church. 

A special appeal is being made fdr donations 
of collectibles and antiques; however any 
and all items are appreciated. 

Call 758-2357 or 758-4626'for pick-up. 





u mj 
Mi I 

PHARMACY 

RTE. 6 & CHURCH ST. , MATTAPOISETT 
758-3311 David P. Poulin, R. Ph. 
FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY 

THIS WEEK ONLY 






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ALL OUR SUNGLASSES 
30% OFF 

Large Selection 

LATEST STYLES TO CHOOSE- FROM 

SUNSENSORS . COOL-BAY . VISUALSCENE 



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Automotive and 
Truck REPAIR 

Expert Mechanics 
COMPLETE Modern Equipment 
Enlarged Facilities 
24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE 

MURRAY F.DECOFFE 

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC. 

RTE . 6, MATTAPOISETT. Tel. 758-2153 



Loft School 

Deadline for scholarship applications for the 
Loft School is August 1st. Please send a let- 
ter of intent to either Barbara Wiker, 68 Pleas- 




LOOK'S ACRES 
KENNEL 



Rochester 



BOARDING DOGS AND CATS 
Individual Indoor - Outdoor Runs. Heated. 
ALL BREED GROOMING. FLEA & TICK DIP 



763-5748 



flamed A. /i*ui<f&U, 9«c. 

CUSTOM BUILDER - CABINET MAKER 
MATTAPOISETT 



PHOTOCOPIES 

10 or less . . .25<t ea. 10-25 .. ,20<t ea. 25 or more . . 15$ ea. 

North American Business Forms, Inc. 

34 BARSTOW STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6962 
SPECIALIST IN DESIGN AND SUPPLY OF CUSTOM BUSINESS FORMS 



= AL'S BARBER SHOP 

— "For a Good Haircut" Al Morgado 

Closed Wednesdays 
?T 19 CHURCH ST. , MATTAPOISETT CENTER 




PAINTING 

CLEMENT LECONTE 
Experienced Painting, 
Papering, Refinishing 

CALL 763 -5 6QO 



ODORS AWAY 



AIR FRESHENER 

AVAILABLE AT 

SIPPICAN £ 
SUPPLY 



Unbreakable plastic squeeze 
bottle dispenses one drop 
where you want it. Single drop 
deodorizes average room up to 
24 hours. Destroys odor with 
no cover-up. Enough 
for 240 applications. 







Arnold Briggs 
RTE. 6 & SPRING ST., MARION. 748-0094 



ant Street, Marion, MA. 02738; or to The 
Loft School of Marion Inc. , P. O. Box 683, 
Marion, MA. 02738. 

We have a waiting list for future openings 
at Loft for the Fall. Please contact Kitsie 
Howard for further information . 

Country Fair f 77 in marion 

It's Fair time! Once again it is time for 
that fun event sponsored by the First Con- 
gregational Church of Marion; the annual 
summer fair. This year's fair is "Country 

■ 

Fair 77" — the theme being that of an old- 
fashioned country fair. 

There are many attractions being offered 
for all ages; young, old, and in-between. 
There will be such offerings for the adults 
as beautiful handmade articles on the sew- 
ing and crafts table, used books- of all types, 
a great assortment on the white elephant 
table, many delicious home-baked goods, 
jewelry, imports, plants and post office 
mystery surprises. There will also be 
available a place on the fair grounds where 
you may bring your own pieces of furniture 
for repair by experts . Our country store 
will have its tempting array of homemade 
candies, fresh cheese and much more! 
Our well known Chapel Cafe will again be 
serving its always popular lobster rolls, 




We are now featuring a 
beautiful new line of 
invitations and announcements 



758-6962 FORMALS 

NORTH AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS, INC. 
34 BARSTOW STREET, MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 




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NOW OPEN 

AN ENTIRELY NEW SHOPPING AREA OF DELICIOUS 

Fruits & Vegetables 



INCLUDING YOUR FAVORITE 

NATIVi CORN 

CUCUMBERS . TOMATOES . SQUASH 
GREEN & YELLOW BEANS 

POTATOES . ONIONS 



APPLES o PEACHES . GRAPES 
CANTALOUPE . WATERMELON 



Francis Garden Center 

RTE 6 and PROSPECT RD. , MATTAPOISETT . 758-4274 




as well as many other types of sandwiches 
and lots of goodies too! They will also have 
assorted drinks to go with your lunch! Out- 
side there will be the always popular hot 
dogs and ice cold soft drinks! 

For the children some special attractions 
will be offered. These include a fantastic 
Midway, with games, prizes, balloons, 
and lots of fun for all. Also a puppet show 
will be offered — always a treat for the kids . 
A new feature this year will be a children's 
pie eating contest! So, bring the kids and 
you can all have a great day at the Country 
Fair! 

Chairmen for this event are Max & Pauline 
Schlaegel and their co-chairmen are Tony 
& Donna Ashley of Marion. 



T, 



Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream 

PINTS AND CONES . ICE CREAM PIES . 
COLD CUTS . ROAST BEEF . BAKED HAM . 
NEAPOLITAN PEZA . WIDE SELECTION OF 
CHEESES . SALADS . CASSEROLES . PASTRY 

THE iM/yf/gygJ 748-2060 

U^C^ 8 AM to 10 PM 

. DELICATESSEN. Rte. 105, Marion 




NURSES, PATIENTS, FISHERMICE, GOLFERS, 
GRANDMICE & GRAMPA MICE, BRIDE MICE, 
MISS U.S.A. MOUSE, FIREMICE, 

CHEERLEADER, TENNIS MICE, etc. 

flie toy box 



UNUSUAL TOYS 
FOR 
GIRLS 
AND 
BOYS 





Lay Away 

B ankAm eri card 

Master Charge 



34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758-3323 
Monday thru Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 



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Captain's 
ii> Pride, Inc. 



formerly Koch & Son 



SCRIMSHAW 
NAUTICAL GIFTS 

88 North St., Mattapoisett 

758-6724 



The date is Saturday, July 30th, from 10:00 
A.M. to 3:00 P.M. It will be held on the 
Congregational Church grounds, corner Front 
and Main Streets, Marion. The Chapel Cafe 
will be in the Congregational Community 
Center Auditorium . 

Hope to see you at the Fair! You'll have a 
great day, and get some great buys and lots 

of fun besides ! 

Crescent Beach 

SUMMER FAIR AT CRESCENT BEACH 

An outdoor Summer Fair, sponsored by the 
Crescent Beach Improvement Association, 
will be held -on July 30th from 10 A.M. to 
4P.M. The Fair will include a flea market, 
rummage sale, food and drinks, bake and 
plant sale and many activities to interest 
children of all ages. Also featured will 
be handmade arts and crafts. Any and all 
donations will be gratefully accepted from 
Crescent Beach residents. The rain date 
is August 6th. 



SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED 
GRAVEL CRUSHED STONE 
FILL AND LOAM 
EXCAVATING 

FRANK J. 

Linhares Co., Inc. 758-4456 




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Professional 




Odorless 

FINISHED LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING 
DRY FOLD SERVICE AVAILABLE 

OPEN 8 to 8, MONDAY thru FRIDAY 
8 to 4 SATURDAY 

Hathaway Laundry 

CASH & CARRY STORE 

RTE . 6 , Front St ., MARION . 748-0898 

(SAME BUILDING AS 4 CORNERS COIN LAUNDERETTE). 




WEEKLY WHIST PARTIES 

Crescent Beach Improvement Association 
is now conducting weekly whist parties 
every Thursday evening at 8 P.M. at Ray- 
mond Hall on Beach Street, Mattapoisett. 

Historical Society 

MUSEUM NEWS 

At 8:00 P.M. on Wednesday, the 27th, the 
Mattapoisett Bicentennial slides will be 
shown. This grouping features the British 
attack, horse show, and other events. 

This is the final week of the excellent 
exhibit of Oscar St. Jacques' fine crafted 
clocks, furniture, and carvings. 

The special exhibit for August will be 
"China Tea Services". In the whaling era 
and soon after many fine sets of china found 
their way into Mattapoisett homes and they 
have been cherished through each generation. 

Fine examples of patterns such as Rose 
Medallion, Chelsea, Lusters, Gaudy Welsh, 
and many others will be exhibited. These 
sets are a delight with their lovely array 
of colors and rich designs. A really grand 
era ! 

This exhibit will be a fine opportunity to 
view so many fine tea sets. 




Joe Travis, Jr. 



PAINTING 

INTERIOR - EXTERIOR 
Free Estimates 

8-6696 295-9116 



OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT - CALL 758-2077 

NORWEGIAN 
Pottery and Porcelain 

CUPS, SAUCERS, PITCHERS, DISHES, 
SERVING PIECES ... and more 

E njoy our delightful air -conditioning ! 

M argot Gustafson 

GIFT SHOP 




ihing 



ROUTE 6, M A TT APOISETT . 758-2077 
Open 10 to 5 Tues. thru Sat. , 1 to 5 Sunday 



Another big event for the museum: air 
conditioning is being installed. We ex- 
pect to be the coolest spot in town very 
soon. 



Band Concert 



John Pandolfi will conduct the Mattapoi- 
sett Town Band in a concert on Tuesday, 
August 2nd, at Shipyard Park. The follow- 
ing program will be presented and the con- 
cert will begin at 8 P.M. 

King Cotton March Sousa 

American Heritage Overture Whitcomb 

A Melodic Caravan McHugh 

Alameda Paso Doble Caneva 

Song Sung Blue Diamond 

A Fifth of Beethoven arr. Burden 

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Kern 

E Pluribus Unum March Jewell 

Selections from Carousel. . . .Rodgers-Leidzen 

Themes from Offenbach arr. Johnson 

September Song Weill 

The King and I Rodgers-Herfurth 

The Showman March Akers 

Star Spangled Banner Smith 



X3ym Shorts T- Shirts 



by 



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MARION SPORTS SHOP 

4 



290 FRONT ST. , MARION |N 
748-1318 

Sunday mornings 9-12. Weekdays 9-6. Saturdays 9-5 



I 



FORMERLY 
OF THE 
PRIVATEER 
ROOM 




°°ast PRIME RIBS OF BEEF 

CARVED AT YOUR TABLE frcm $6 95 

* ROAST DUCKLING * CREPES 
* SIZZLING SIRLOIN STEAKS 
* SEAFOODS * SHRIM P SCAMPI 
* 2 to 3 LB. LOBSTERS 

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE OUR FAMOUS SALAD BAR 
OVER 30 ITEMS INCLUDING CUMQUATS, MELON 
RINDS AND MARINATED FRESH MUSHROOMS, 
ETC. AND THAT BREAD AND CHEESE TABLE 

Neptune Platter 

FRIDAY NIGHT 
QUAHOG CHOWDER, LOBSTER BISQUE. SALAD BAR 
BREADS & CHEESES . HOT POP OVERS 
*Clams Casino *Oysters Rockerfeller * Scallops Scampi 
*Seafood Newburg *Haddock Baked in Foil* Lobster Meat 
Baked Stuff ed *Scallops Florentine *Haddock Wrapped in 
Bacon *Baked Stuffed Mushrooms *S teamed Clams 
ALL SERVED IN ONE HUGE PLATTER <£ ^ ~j ^ 

Lunch is a Treat perpesson 

AN UNBELIEVABLY VARIED AND DELICIOUS MENU 
FROM LIGHT AND LOVELY CREPES TO SEAFOOD, 
ROAST BEEF, SANDWICH BUFFET, SALAD BAR , 
AND SALAD PLATTERS. 

MUSIC AND SING ALONG DURING LUNCH & DINNER 

RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED 995-0110 

Drive to the end of North Street, Mattapoisett toward 
Rochester, turn left on New Bedford Road & proceed 
to end. Turn left on Main St. , Acushnet. The 
JOLLY WHALER is 200 ft. ahead on your right. 
595 NORTH MAIN STREET, ACUSHNET, MASS. 



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Sea F »« d , 




DAILY SPECIALS 
SANDWICHES 

ICE CREAM TREATS! 



OPEN EVERY DAY 
11 to 10 



GULF HILL 

THE PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS 

GULP HILL DRIVE IN, RTE.6, MATTAPOISETT 758-4356 



Council on Aging mattapoisett 

On Thursday, July 21st, a trip by minibus 
was taken by eight Seniors, first to the Tre- 
mont Nail Factory in Wareham and then to 
the Edaville Railroad in South Carver. We 
found the Nail Factory unexpectedly closed 
to visitors (for alterations), but enjoyed 
their Country Store . The ride on the Eda- 
ville Railroad was most enjoyable and the 
chicken barbecue more than most of us could 
eat. After visiting the Museum, we called 
it a day. It was a good trip in spite of the 
90+ degrees of heat. 

There is no trip on July 28th, as the Cum- 
berland Farms trip was cancelled because 
they no longer sponsor trips for visitors. 
The following trips are scheduled for Aug- 
ust: Tuesday, August 2nd, Horseneck Beach, 
Westport Point and Harbor (take a bathing 
suit and a picnic lunch); Tuesday, August 
9th, Worcester Downtown Mall (all enclosed 
and air conditioned and one of the largest); 



ISckSMilH 

PACKARD 

PAINT AfND 
LOCK SHOP 

Located af the Park- 
ing lot on Main St. , 
Wareham at the rear 
of Houle' s Jewelry 

295-0162 



LANDSCAPING LOAM 

CESSPOOLS 
PUMPED 

CESSPOOL BACKHOE 
WORK 
J . F. Denham, Jr. 

9 HAWTHORNE ST. 
MATTAPOISETT 



j Stowroom Phone Residence | 

993-3S75 992-6 3 4 3 
JOHN J. HARNEY JR. 

RUG CONSULTANT 

308 Purchase St., New Bedford 



we will buy our lunches and then visit other 
points of interest in Worcester; August 16, 
no trip; Wednesday, August 24th, a trip to 
Martha's Vineyard for those who have not 
been (watch Presto for details); Tuesday, 
August 30th, Colt Park, Bristol, Rhode Is- 
land, a beautiful park and picnic grounds 
(bring your lunch) . 

Please note the above change in days for 
trips . During August Thursdays will be 
Mall days . 

We need volunteers to man the Council on 
Aging telephone Monday and Wednesday 
from 10:00 to 12:00 Noon. Call Sandra 
Perkins (tel. 758-2786) if you wish to help 
out. 

Young People's Art Show 

The Mattapoisett Historical Society will 
sponsor an Art Show on August 19th and 2 0th 
at the Museum for all ages through 16 years. 

Any medium can be used and for originality 
there will be three categories: pictures of 
historic sites in Mattapoisett, whaling and 
boating scenes, birds, wildlife and wild- 
flowers (all native to Mattapoisett). 

Pictures or paintings must be mounted or 



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Fuel Cost Awful? 

CALL 7^2 - 2731 HEATING ADV1CE 

LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE U P 1 ^Q^O 

CHRIS L.MEYER & SONS 
Plumbing & Heating 

LIC #16248 MENDELL RD. , ROCHESTER 



WE HAVE 

SOMETHING NEW!! 

Interior Bedspread Fringe 

available in CO L O K S 

OZNABURG OR 50% COTTON/50% POLYESTER IN 
ORANGE, BROWN, RUST, RED, GREEN, BLUE, 
EGGSHELL OR WHITE.. COMPLETELY WASHABLE 
.. A TOUCH OF ELEGANCE IN ANY ROOM. 



270' 



WIDE .... 90" 180" 
LONG 

LONG 45", 54", 63" $15 $30 $45 
LONG 72", 81", 90" $18 $36 $54 
MATCHING VALANCE 12" x 72" $5.00 
TIE BACKS ( as shown ) 

Joanne Mee, Interiors 

34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett Tel. 758-9077 

done on a firm board such as illustration 
board, any size. 
BOOKMARK CONTEST 

Along with the pictures you are invited to 
design a new bookmark for the Mattapoisett 
Public Library. The library is looking for 
a bookmark that will have the library hours 
printed on one side and they would like you 
to design the other side. It should be at- 
tractive and meaningful to the library and 
Mattapoisett. They will be judged and the 
winning design will be the official library 
bookmark for the year. 

Rules for bookmark design: size 4 l/2" x 
14 1/2" (design to be reduced); white poster 
paper; black ink, felt tipped pen-pencil. 

There are only three weeks before the show 
so we hope all will get busy. Let's see 
lots of pictures and bookmarks from our 
budding artists. 



BankAmericard 
Master Charge 



OPEN 
10 A.M.-5 P.M. 



CLUB SECRETARIES WELCOME 

Information will be available at the Mu- 
seum and the Heritage Arts Store. 



Patckwoxk ZJote (Baa& 

CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS AND STOCKINGS 
SENIOR CITIZEN'S DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY 

^ {Pina( ore -£ 

2510 CRANBERRY HWY. , WAREHAM. 295 -1986 
TUES. -SAT. 10 AM -5:30 PM . 






TRAVELING IN STYLE is not just a cliche, after all. 
Fitted travel cases in colorful chintz are perfect for 
quick overnight trips or for carry -on luggage while 
you wing your way around the globe ! 

Kjeld Jensen Gifts 

ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-4645 
Monday thru Saturday 10 to 5 

KJELD JENSEN'S OF NEWPORT . . BOWEN'S WHARF 



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EVERY SUNDAY, 
RAIN OR SHINE 

10 am. Flea Market 

(Free admission; inquire about free space for 
amateur and professional dealers. ) 

3 p.m. Auction 

Now also open Sundays from 10 AM to 2:30 PM; 

Antique Shop 

(open sporadically weekdays 2-6 PM; call first. ) 

Cor Mill & Main, West War eh am, MA. Take Gault Rd. 
or Weaver St. from that section of Rte . 28 between 
Rte. 58 & Rte. 195. 




Jack Holan, Auctioneer 
295-7422 



Westport Art Show 



Three Mattapoisett artists have registered 
their work to be displayed at the Midsummer 
Community Exhibition and Sale at the West- 
port Point School, 1886 Main Road, West- 
port Point, Mass. from July 29 through 
August 4. Hours are from 2 to 9 P.M. daily 
and admission is free. 

Proceeds from sales and donations are 
used by the sponsoring Westport Art Group 
for art oriented community projects includ- 
ing library art books, children's art classes 
and art education scholarships. 

Eighty-one artists and craftsmen from six- 
teen communities between Cape Cod and 
Newport have entered a variety of oil, water- 
color and acrylic paintings, photographs, 
plaster and bronze sculpture, handmade 
musical instruments and other handcrafts 
in the twenty-first annual show in this 
scenic Westport Point historic district. 



30 Dny Special 

STopRUST 



July 15- 
Aug. 15 



5 YEAR WARRANTY 



CORROSION PROOFING - inside and under 

STOP-RUST application gives your 

car 100% protection! No unsightly £Q Q 

rusting for better trade-in appraisals; I jf 77 
more comfortable, quieter ride. REG. $129.95 

Tarn Motors, Inc. 

CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 

MARION ROAD, WAREHAM 

295-0368 994-5809 



The Mattapoisett entrants are Mary Lou 
Gidley, sterling jewelry; Myrtle F. Sherman, 
oil painting; and Dennis Sylvia, marine 
block lamps. 

Mattapoisett Library 

Help King Kong climb the Empire State 
Building ! 

If you haven't joined our King Kong summer 
reading program, it's not too late. If you 
can read 25 books by August 31st, you can 
help King Kong reach the top of the Empire 
State Building. 

What do you think King Kong really looks 
like ? If you can draw or paint or make 
your own version of King Kong out of clay 
(or anything else you can think of), bring 
it to the library. We'll display it during 
the month of August. The art will be judged 
and the winners will be announced on Aug- 
ust 31st at our party to celebrate the end 
of the summer reading program. (Please note 
— only participants in the summer reading 
program can enter the art contest!) 

The library is showing two film series 
during the month of August; an hour-long 
program of short films on Monday evenings 



PLUS/24 k 



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Men and Women: 

What are Your Good Looks Worth to You? 

CAN YOU AFFORD A MISTAKE? 



REDKEN 



WE DON'T WANT YOU TO RISK A FRACTION OF YOUR NATURAL BEAUTY . . . 

COME IN: and let CAROL, ROSEMARY or GLORIA treat you to the REDKEN LINE. 

The standard of excellence, tried and true beauty products for hair, skin, face 
and nails. The full line that you can use at home . . we've got everything you 
need and the know-how to keep the EAST COAST LOOK heads above the rest! ! ! 

With 6 days and 70 hours to serve you! Walk-ins welcome anytime . . . 



42 Main Street 
Mattapoisett 



CERTIFIED REDKEN CENTER 
THE TREATMENT COLLECTION FOR HAIR, SKIN AND PSYCHE 



Tel. 758-2676 



at 8 P.M. , and feature-length films of the 
1940's on Thursday evenings at 8 P.M. 

On Monday, August 1st, three short films 
will revolve around the theme "Life Times 
Nine". Thursday, August 4th' s, feature 
film is Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion star- 
ring Joan Fontaine and Cary Grant. 

Story hours for 5 and 6 year olds will be 

held on Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 2 
P.M. during August. 

Tennis Courts 

On week nights at the tennis courts 
in Mattapoisett from 5 to 8, Monday- 
Thursday there will be a student at the 
courts taking reservations. If you get 
to the courts and find none available you 




invites you to 

Become a Professional 

in applying your make-up. 

Join us and the Redken representative 
Wednesday, Aug. 3rd at 6:30 p.m. 

A two dollar entrance fee will be applied 
to any purchase. 
Redken - The Full Beauty Collection 



can reserve one for a later time and can 
then avoid waiting around at the courts . 
On weekends there will be someone there 



going burgers! 



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New England's Oldest Waterfront Inn 

'<JheJi\attapoisett 7nn 

13 water street matiapoisett 

FEATURING EXCITING AMERICAN, FRENCH 
AND MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE 
EXPERTLY PREPARED BY CHEF EM CLE 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 
UNTIL AUGUST 6th 

ENJOYTHE COSMOLOGY TRIO 

ONE OF NEW YORK'S FINEST JAZZ EMSEMBLES 
SERVING DAILY 11 AM to il PM 

Water St., Matiapoisett 758-4922 



from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. for reservations. 

To make it easier we would like to en- 
courage on the hour playing time for 1 hour 
only unless of course no one else is there 
to play. Hopefully this will enable every- 
one to have a fair chance at using the public 
tennis courts . 

Children's Museum 

AUGUST SUMMER COURSES 

The Children's Museum will be offering 
18 summer courses in the month of Aug- 
ust. Each course will meet for four ses- 
sions; each session being two hours long. 
Registration for these courses, for which 
a fee is charged, will be held July 28- 
30, either by phone, 993-3361, or in 
person. 

Courses are: Preschoolers, 3-5 years 
old, Nature Arts & Crafts, Thursday af- 
ternoons, August 4, 11, 18, 25; Nature 
Arts & Crafts, mornings, August 9, 10, 
11, 12; Primary, 6-8 years old, Mammal 
Study, mornings, August 2, 3, 4, 5; In- 
sects and Spiders, Tuesday afternoons, 




Force Aluminum 

"QUALITY IS ECONOMY" 



TERRY SULLIVAN 
Tel. 295-0198 



AWNINGS 
STORM DOORS 
STORM WINDOWS 




9 to 5 
Monday thru Thursday 
9 to 7 Friday 



Insurance 
Agency Inc. 



Main St. and Rte. 6, Mattapoisett. 758-2412 



August 2, 9, 16, 23; Reptiles & Amphibi- 
and, Wednesday afternoons, August 3, 

10, 17, 24; Nature Arts & Crafts, morn- 
ings, August 16, 17, 18, 19; Pond & 
Stream, mornings, August 23, 24, 25, 26. 

Also, Middle, 9-12 years old, Life In 
a Drop of Water, mornings, August 2,3, 
4, 5; Raising Live Insects, afternoons, 
August 2, 9 , 16, 23; General Nature 
Study, afternoons, August 3, 10, 17, 24; 
Bird Life, afternoons, August 4, 11, 18, 
25; Escape, afternoons, August 5, 12, 19, 
26; Pond & Stream, mornings, August 9, 10, 

11, 12; Reptiles & Amphibians, mornings, 
August 16, 17, 18, 19; High School and 
adult, Animal Behavior, afternoons, Aug- 
ust 5, 12, 19, 26; Basic Photography, morn- 
ings, August 23, 24, 25, 26; Basic Print- 
making, afternoons, August 6, 13, 20, 27; 
Saltmarsh Ecology & Conservation, after- 
noons, August 6, 13, 27, 20. 

LIFE UNDER A LOG 

This Saturday morning, the Museum Out- 
doors' field walk will feature Life Under a 
Log. The many plants and animals that 
make their home under a rotting log will be 
collected and examined. This walk is ideal 




DONALD O. LAKE 

Carpentry 



- 69 Marion Rd. , Mattapoisett 



INSURED . KITCHEN CABINETS 
FORMICA . CERAMIC TILE 

REMODELING & REPAIRING 
PAINTING . ROOFING . SHINGLING 



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YOUR 
COMPLETE 
BUILDING 
SUPPLY 
CENTER 



CIRCULAR SALE / 

Still Going On f 

Not just a name... but a 



way of doing business! 

HARDWARE STORES 



ENDS SATURDAY, 
JULY 30 



mAHQNEY'S ■ 

" Hours - Mon. -Fri. 7:30-5:00 

ONE INDUSTRIAL DJRIVE, MATTAPOISETT TEL. 758-6921 Sa t. s oo^i so 




for children who are just discovering nature, 
as rotting logs are easy to find and the 
animals found there are both interesting 
and harmless. Life Under a Log will meet 
this Saturday morning, July 30, at 10 A.M. 
at the Museum Outdoors, 100 Old Westport 
Road, North Dartmouth. All adults as well 
as children accompanied by an adult are 
welcome. Admission is free. 
TRINKETS & TREASURES 

The Children's Museum will be sponsor- 
ing a Trinkets & Treasures sale on August 
6th, starting at 10 A.M. outside the Museum 
in Russells Mills, North Dartmouth. Many 
tables of interesting and useful trinkets and 
treasures will be sold for low, low prices. 
A day of great bargains for you, and it goes 



to support the Museum's many programs. 
If you have some usable items not in use, 
it's still not too late to add them to our 
sale to make it an even bigger success. 




A LOVELY TIME TO ENJOY A 

^Country Luncheon! 

New dining room, beautiful view, delicious 
^ggffiood - (Fish 'n Chips Fridays and Saturdays) 



Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks .. 
7 A.M. -9 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK G HOLIDAYS 
GROCERIES . FRESH MEATS . DELICATESSEN . BEER& WINE 
SUNDRIES . Parking . Post Office . Food Stamps 

Rochester General Store 

"A COUNTRY COMPLEX" 
Rte. 105, Marion Rd., Rochester 763-5535 




Willi 




Custom Draperies (£f^~~ 
Slipcovers If "^i 

Upholstery 
Bedspreads 
Valances 
Dust Ruffles 




Countxy Jabxic* 

"ACCENT ON INTERIORS" 
At the Village Cleaners, Rt.6, Mattapoisett 
8 to 5, Mon. through Sat. 758-4670 



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RQSELfiWN FARM 



Warm weather is here - 
Why cook? 

BARBEQUED CHICKEN . ROAST STUFFED 
CHICKEN . FLAVOR CRISP FRIED CHICKEN 
Home Made Potato Salad . Cole Slaw 



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FRI.9-8. SAT. 9-6 
Sunday 7:45 - 6 
Closed Tuesdays 
Open Sundays & Holidays 



Sidewalk Arts, Crafts 

MARION ART CENTER 

ARTS FESTIVAL - AUGUST 5th & 6th 

The annual Sidewalk Art Show and Sale will 
be held at the Marion Art Center on August 
5th and 6th this year from 10:00 A.M. to 
7:00 P.M. Paintings, sculpture, crafts, 
photography , and prints will be exhibited 
in the auditorium and outside in the yard 
and on the grounds of the new bicentennial 
park. An added feature to the show this 



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994-7134 
Hours - Tuesday thru Saturday 
10 to 1 and 2 to 6 

Buy 2 pr. Jeans 
- get 1 pr.FR EE 

And at the Mariners Mall 
Billy Woods Wharf 
1494 E. Rodney French Blvd. 
New Bedford 996-8226 



year will be entertainment in the performing 
arts: music and dance; as well as demonstra- 
tions of various crafts. There will also be 
refreshments and food for sale. Raffle tick- 
ets will be sold on some large items donated 
by local merchants. 

The craftsmen demonstrating are from around 
the world . The international theme will be 
highlighted by caligraphy by Dr. Shaw, a 
specialist in Chinese history and culture. 
Bom in Naking, China, Dr. Shaw knows a 
great deal about ancient arts of China in- 
cluding some of the martial arts which, like 
caligraphy, reflect the religion and philo- 
sophy of this unique civilization. 

Luice Moncevitz McCormack is a specialist 
in Russian batik. This unusual art form 
consists of using wax and natural dyes to 
decorate eggs. One usually associates 
batik with colored pieces of material, but in 
Russia, batik was only done on eggs. The 
designs are deeply rooted in the Greek 
Orthodox religion , and Mrs. McCormack' s 
works of art are blessed by the church every 
Easter. An art teacher in Mattapoisett, Luice 
is a very articulate lady whose demonstrations 

are educational and entertaining . 

A demonstration of the evolution of 
weaving will be set up on the lawn 
and will include spinning, dyeing, and 



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Boarding of all breeds. 
A.K.C. registered Boxers 
Puppies Available 




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two types of weaving. Maggie Duff 
uses a four harness floor type loom 
while Mike Helley is an expert in tra- 
ditional Navajo weaving on a vertical, 
tension frame loom. He learned his 
craft by spending several years with the 
Indians of the Southwest whose technique 
has not changed for centuries. 

There will also be demonstrations of pot- 
tery, silversmithing and leather tooling 
and carving . Mrs . Texiera will be on 
hand to do silhouettes of children and 
adults . 

A puppet show, singing and dancing per- 
formances will be held at various times 
during the two-day festival of the arts . 
Exact times and places will be announced. 

Profits from the Marion Art Center Side- 




OPEN DAILY 11 to 6 ... FRI. & SAT. "til 9 
ROUTE 6, MARION Near Four Corners 





R. M. SHERMAN 

Contractor & Builder 

Rochester. 

CUSTOM HOMES 
REMODELING 
REPAIRING 

Mattapoisett lots available. 



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20% OFF 



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DUFF PLUMBING ANNOUNCES 

We have added another truck to our fleet expressly for the 
Marion, Wareham & Rochester area residents. We have had 
such an increase in calls that we have decided to install a direct, 
toll-free "'Hot line" for these customers. We have our 
plumber, Chet, who is a local resident and knows the area well. 
He will have a well-stocked supply of plumbing needs right at 
hand.. 

Are you disappointed to find yourself waiting two days for a 
plumber, then have him arrive with a helper to carry the tool 
box. and receive a bill for two men? We pride ourselves on 
sending one man on service calls. 

We take good care of our old customers; it is new customers 
we are looking for. 

Marion & Wareham: 748-2178 

Duff Plumbing & Heating* 

Inc. 

135 Tinkham St., New Bedford, Mass. • 996-3917 Reg. #6557 



walk Arts Festival help to provide scholar- 
ships for deserving students of the arts 
in this area. Students, amateurs and pro- 
fessionals are welcome to enter their work. 
The committee insists on originality, how- 
ever. (No kits, please.) There is a small 
entrance fee and one doesn't have to be 
a member to show . For further information 
and registration forms contact the Center 
(748-0266) during gallery hours: 1 to 5 
P.M. (except Mondays); or call Sarah 
Brown (758-6258). 



The slowest typewriter in the 
world may be a Chinese type- 
writer that has 5,850 Chinese 
characters. The maximum 
speed on this machine is 11 
words per minute. 



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Little League 



ALL STAR BASEBALL 
In the first game of the Acushnet All Star 
Tournament the Mattapoisett All Stars de- 
feated the Marion All Stars 16-3 . In the 
second game they defeated Acushnet All 
Stars 9-0. Billy Haymaker pitched a 1- 
hitter and Steve Baggarly had a grand slam 
and a home run. In an exciting game the 
Dartmouth All Stars who were trailing 
most of the game, beat Mattapoisett 6-5. 
There were home runs by Chris Riley and 
Steve Baggarly. 

LITTLE LEAGUE JUNIOR ALL STAR BASEBALL 

On July 16 the Mattapoisett Junior All 
Stars played their first game against East 
Bridgewater. It was a close battle from 
the first pitch to the last. East Bridgewater 
took the lead in the 3rd inning by scoring 
2 runs. Mattapoisett was frustrated up un- 
til the bottom half of the 5th inning . With 
2 outs and men on 2nd and 3rd, Skip Harris 
stayed alive by fouling off 2 pitches with 
a full count on him; he then lashed a double 
to left center scoring 2 runs to tie the game. 
Spencer Blasdale then singled what proved 



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(Section of Marion Rd. often called "Old Marion Rd. " ) 

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Fine Gifts 



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to be the winning run. Chris Hilley wasn't 
satisfied with a one-run lead and promptly 
singled to right scoring Blasdale. The final 
score of the game was Mattapoisett 4 and 
East Bridgewater 2. Standouts in the game 
were Spencer Blasdale, winning pitcher in 
relief and game winning hit, Chris Hilley 
3 for 3, and Skip Harris, the game tying 
double; and Brendan MacDonald, 2 doubles. 

On July 17 Mattapoisett met Stoughton's 
10 year olds. This game was dominated 
by a fine pitching duel between Shawn Mc 
Cabe of Mattapoisett and Scott Cunningham 
of Stoughton. Mattapoisett took a 1-0 lead 
in the second inning due to the lack of con- 
trol by Cunningham. In the third inning 
Stoughton tied the ball game 1-1. Matta- 
poisett scored 2 more runs in the bottom of 
the 3rd and took a 3-1 lead. In the 4th 
Stoughton scored one more run on a double 
and a single but that was as close as they 
could get to a fired up Mattapoisett "9". In 
the 3rd inning Joey Rocha almost put the game 
out of reach by coming within 2 feet of a 
grand slam home run. Standouts in the game 
were Chris Carvalho with a great defensive 



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LOTS OF WAYS 
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Mon. -Fri. 8 to 5:30 
Sat. 8 to 5 



game at 3rd base. Shawn McCabe pitched a 
2-hitter, Brendan MacDonald a great offen- 
sive game at 1st base and Kevin Sweet good 
defensive play in right field. 

"CYRANO DE BERGERAC" AT SMU 

For the first time since Southeastern Massa- 
chusetts University's outdoor amphitheatre 
was built several years ago, it will echo 
to the voices of actors when the SMU Theatre 
Company presents Edmond Rostand's classic, 
"Cyrano de Bergerac" on August 4, 5, 6 
and 7. 

There is no curtain to go up, but spotlights 
will go on and actors will step on stage at 
8:30 P.M. for this inaugural use of the amphi- 
theatre for a fully- staged theatrical produc- 
tion. 




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10 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. - or by 
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SAILING FROM BOSTON NOV. 4 
12 DAY CARIBBEAN CRUISE 
ST. THOMAS, ANTIGUA, BARBADOS, 
GRENADA, CURACAO & PORT-AU-PRINCE 
(HAITI) FROM $995.00 PER PERSON 

525 MILL ST. , MARION. 748-2760 
Open Mon. - Fri. & Saturday morning 

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OUR SERVICE IS FREE - OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS 
All Your Travel Requirements. Virginia C. Cain . Nina Campbell 



"Cyrano", performed under the stars and 
a waning moon, .is directed by Angus Bailey. 

The cast includes Michael Powers as Cyrano, 
Barry Smith as Christian de Neuvillette, Sally 
Jones as Roxane, and Mark Lima as Ragueneau. 

Scenic designer is Frank Kiman; assistant 
designer, Mark Conley; master carpenter, Gary 

Hartwell; and business manager, Norman 
Byron. 

Ticket information may be obtained by call- 
ing the SMU Theatre Company, extension 765. 

In case of rain, performances will be scheduled 
for the same days the following week. 

Chee Heading Camp 

This summer, for the first time, a cheer- 
leading day camp will be available to South- 
eastern Massachusetts students who are 
interested in or participating in cheerlead- 
ing and who live within commuting distance 
of the Greater New Bedford Area. The camp 
will be held at Camp Massasoit, a Y.M.C.A. 
camp in Mattapoisett, from August 29 to 
September 2 . Its purpose is to provide in- 
terested youngsters with an opportunity for 
professional assistance and instruction 
within the financial limitations of students. 



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the rest of the family, too. 

WEDNESDAYS 10 to 4 . . . SATURDAYS 10 to 1 . 
OPEN FAIR DAY, Saturday, July 30, 10 to 4. 

station 
Long,xeg,ationa l Ckuxck 

MAIN STREET, MARION 





23 STATE ROAD, NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS 



TELEPHONE 993-1751 



Members of the PATRIETTES, cheerleaders 
for the New England Patriots professional 
football team at Schaeffer Stadium in Fox- 
boro, Mass. plus professional gymnasts 
from Flip City Gymnastics School, will serve 
as instructors. Basic skills will be taught 
to beginners and advanced techniques to the 
experienced. The director of the camp, Pat 
Shea, a member of the PATRIETTES squad for 
the past four years, teaches Physical Edu- 
cation at Dartmouth Middle School „ coaches 
Dartmouth High School cheerleaders and, 
during the summers, is director of a girls' 
group at Camp Massasoit. Assistant direc- 
tors are Dyan Fortes, also a cheerleader 
for the Patriots; and Chris Ainsley, coach 
for the New Bedford High School cheerleaders . 

There will be 2 camp sessions. The first, 
August 29, 30 and 31, will be for youngsters 
age 10 to 14 and the second session, Sep- 
tember 1 and 2 , will be for high school stu- 
dents. Each camp day will begin at 9:00 
A.M. and end at 4:00 P.M. Days will be 
divided into activity blocks. Both individual 
and group instruction will be provided for 
gymnastics training and for perfecting basic 
moves and skills. The "rules of the game" 
will be clarified in the knowledge session. 
Sideline cheers and pom pom routines will 
be taught. Trophies, awards and ribbons 
will be given for pep, spirit, loudness, 



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VEHICLE ACCESSORIES 



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OFF RT . 6 , MATTAPOISETT / J O " 7 L J L 



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THE MARION RACQUET CLUB 

MARION 



P.O. BOX 455 
LUCE AVE. 




GROUP ©^©CLINICS 

INDOOR f TENNIS 

Member and 
Non- Member Lessons 



ADULT CLINICS 

(Beginners - Intermediates) 

Six (1) Hour Lessons 
$ 25 full price 



JUNIOR CLINICS 

(Beginners - Intermediates) 

Six (1) Hour Lessons 
*25 full price 



Begins week of July 25 

WEEKDAY MORNINGS AND EVENINGS 

Call: 748-0669 



CHARTER BUS TRIP TO SEE THE BOSTON LOBSTERS AT 
BOSTON UNIVERSITY'S WALTER BROWN ARENA, WED. , 
AUG. 10. Call Club for information. Complete cost $9.75 



THE OUT-OF-TOWNERS 

RTE. 6, MARION. Sun. -Wed.6-3. Thurs. ,Fri. ,Sat.6 -6. 

A D a V 1 THURSDAY » FRIDAY and SATURDAY 
» (when we're open 6 to 6) 

AND SUNDAY (open 6 to 3) 

SCALLOP 
PLATE $0 50 

FULL COURSE M 




there will be a supervised swim. Campers 
must also plan to bring their own lunch, al- 
though a beverage will be provided. 

Further information can be obtained by con- 
tacting the New Bedford Y.M.C.A. 

APTUCXET TRADING POST 
OBSERVES 350th ANNIVERSARY 

The Aptucxet Trading Post, the "Cradle of 
American Commerce", where the Pilgrims drew 
up and signed the first known business contract 
in America, is this year observing its 350th 
anniversary. 

In honor of "this significant event" in Ameri- 
can history, the Bourne Historical Society has 
arranged to have medals struck in silver, bronze 
and pewter. 

Back in 1627, the Plymouth Pilgrims built "a 



Store" on the Manomet River (now the western 
part of the Cape Cod Canal) . They came from 
Plymouth to the Scusset River (now the eastern 
part of the canal), then crossed on the land to 
the Manomet River, to their trading post. 

The Dutch from New Amsterdam (now New York] 
came up Buzzards Bay into the Manomet River to 
the trading post, bringing sugar, tobacco, and 
linen cloth. 

The Indians of Cape Cod and the Wampanoag 
Federation came to trade their furs for the goods 
in the white man's store. 

The present replica of the store was built and 
opened in 1930. It was this trading post — 
known as the Birthplace of American Free Enter- 
prise — that wampum was first introduced as 
legal tender for business transactions. 

The Aptucxet Trading Post is part of Boume- 
Aptucxet Village, which also includes a working 
salt works, Indian Village, and Dutch Mill. 
The Village is open from April 19 - October 12, 
weekdays 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.; Sunday hours, 
April/May, September/October, 1-5 P.M. 

Making salt by solar evaporation was big 
business on Cape Cod in the 19th century. 
In 1968, a replica of the salt works was built 
at the village. Water is drawn from the Cape 
Cod Canal, evaporated in two full-sized vats, 
and the salt thus produced is for sale at the 
village . 



George D. Heath, Jr. 

PLUMBING & HEATING 



30 YEARS 
EXPERIENCE 



Licensed Registration # 6517 
27 North Street, Mattapoisett 

758-2455 



LICENSED 
MEN 



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WASHING MACHINE REPAIRING ON ALL MAKES 

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Office & Showroom 

87 MAIN STREET. FAIRHAVEN 




Just 

Stock # " * 

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Brougham 
1975 CHRYSLER Cordoba 
1975 OLDS Delta 88 Royale 
1973 PONTIAC Grand Safari 
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3190 1973 DODGE Dart 4 -dr. 

Sedan 

1972 CORONET Custom 

Sedan 



Salabration Days 

BECAUSE OF A VERY LARGE INVENTORY, WE HAVE TO MOVE THESE 
SPECIALLY PRICED USED CARS TO MAKE ROOM. 

$f some of these prices: 



3001 
3076 
3047 



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6495. 
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MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. COME IN AND 
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SUPER SALABRATION 
DAYS WHILE OUR SALE LASTS 



2648 1971 AUDI 2 -dr. Sedan ONLY 1595. 

2981 1971 FORD Maverick (6 cyl) ONLY 1095. 

3086 1969 FORD Galaxie 4 -dr. 

Sedan ONLY 495. 

3208 1969 VOLKSWAGEN Sedan ONLY 695. 

3179 1968 CHRYSLER Newport 

Sedan ONLY 

3133 1973 HONDA CB350 ONLY 

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FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0019 
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AUTHORIZED DEALER 



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The Indian Village, built by the Bourne 4-H 
Club, is located near the ancient spring which 
supplied fresh water for the Indians and the 
Whites . 

The Dutch windmill was brought from Hol- 
land by the American actor, Joseph Jefferson, 
and set up on the site of Buttermilk Bay. It 
was given to the Bourne Historical Society by 
the 3-M Corporation. 

An attractive picnic area with a fine view 
of shipping on Cape Cod Canal is available. 
Nearby are an herb garden and bulbs and 
shrubs, gifts of the Aptucxet Garden Club, 
which also maintains the landscaping. 

Silver, bronze and pewter medals honoring 
the 350th anniversary of the Aptucxet Trading 
Post are available in limited numbers. There 



are also paper weights in bronze or pewter 
set in lucite. 

Information on purchasing the medals may 
be obtained from Mrs. Warren Odom, County 




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SUMMER 






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9:30 to 5:30. 
(Closed Thurs.& Fri. evenings July & August) I 



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July 27, 1977 



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PRESTO PRESS 31 



FAIRLAWN MORTUARY 

180 WASHINGTON STREET, FAIRHAVEN 

999-5100 

. Non Sectarian 

. Central Air Conditioning 

. Large Parking Area , well lighted 

. Large Attendance Facilities 

. Just off Route 6 in quiet 

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. Within the means of all 
. Funeral Director on Call 24 Hours 




DANIEL J. SULLIVAN, FUNERAL DIRECTOR 



Road, Bourne; Mrs. Arthur Watts, County 
Road, Pocasset; or E. B. Overlook, 66 Presi- 
dents Road, Buzzards Bay, Mass. 02532. Mr. 
Overlook is Chairman of the Committee for 
Medals for the 350th anniversary. 

The above article is a Massachusetts Tourism 
feature from the Office of Public Information 
and Communications . 

Tournament Bridge 

Winners in the regular weekly bridge 
tournaments held last week at the South- 
worth Library, South Dartmouth, are an- 

EDWIN L.PERKINS C0.'"c 

I PLUMBING & HEATING I 
Reg. #4813 & #16905 
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• SERVING THE GREATER MATTAPOISETT 1 
AREA SINCE 1935 
• 24 HOUR SERVICE 
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7 DAYS A WEEK 

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nounced: 

Wednesday, July 19, in the North-South 
direction Mrs . Gladys Hall and Mrs . Doris 
Greenwood were first; Mrs. Waring Stra- 
beigh and Mrs. Roger E. Titus, second; 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blatchford, third; 
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Kennison, fourth; 
Mrs. Ruth Musserand Mrs. Estelle C. 
Biehl/tied Mrs. William F. Rogers and W. 
Stuart Chace for fifth and sixth places. 

In the East-West direction Mrs. Julie 
Campbell and Mrs . Nora Bauer were first; 
Mrs. Sara Kestenbaum and Mrs. Ann Gould, 
second; Mrs. Timothy J. Manning and 
Mrs . John J . Dervin , third; Mrs . Gordon 
C . Linberg and Mrs . William W . Zink tied 
Mrs . Helen Presnol and Mrs . Alice Lipsett 
for fourth and fifth places; Mrs . Philip Lipman 
and Mrs. Constance Gilbert were sixth. 

Thursday afternoon in the North-South direc- 
tion Mrs. Alan R. Greaves and Mrs. John F. 
Linehan were first; Mrs . Leona Pierce and Mrs . 
Charlotte Figueiredo, second; Mrs. Pearl E. 
Mahoney and Mrs. Mildred Hunt, third; Mrs. 
Bertram E. Howard and Mrs. Irwin A. Jaslow, 
fourth . 

In the East-West direction Robert D'Anjou 
and Albert Stone were first; Mrs . Malcolm 

Sand- Crushed Stone 
GRAVEL -EXCAVATING 

Joseph Souza & Son 

56 Fairhaven Rd. , Mattapoisett. 758-2947 




3d Carrier* Jia r y or J^eack Club 



OPEN WEDNESDAY THRU 
SATURDAY AT 5 P.M. 



FRIDAY NIGHT 

BOBBY HUNT TRIO 

COME DOWN AND ENJOY AN EVENING OF 
LIGHT JAZZ AND DANCING 



Friday Night in the Lounge only . . . 

Sizzling Sirloin $?95 



Baked Potato . Braised Onions 



EVERY EVENING . . . SERVING OUR 

Salad and Bread Bar 



EVERY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 
THE INCOMPARABLE 

HARLEY SMITH 

ON THE STEINWAY 

SATURDAY 
DINNER -DANCING 

Harpooned 

Swordfish is in 



OPEN SUNDAYS AT 1 P.M. 

758-3738 




Morse and George Leslie, second; Mr. and 
Mrs. John M. O'Leary, third; Mrs. Janice 
Morris and Mrs. Virginia Banks, fourth. 

B.A.C.E. PREPARED CHILDBIRTH CLASSES 

Childbirth is an important life event to be 
eagerly anticipated , to be embarked upon 
with full awareness of the birth process, 
to be experienced with confidence and ac- 
tive participation, and to be recalled with 
joy and pride. 

It is the intent of B,A.C E. Prepared Child- 
birth classes to assist you in the realization 
of childbirth as an emotionally and physi- 
cally satisfying experience. 

Small informal classes are taught on week- 
day evenings by a certified prepared child- 
birth instructor. Intensive preparation is 
couple-oriented with specific training for 
the father as labor and delivery coach. 

The eight-session series includes: short 
lectures, discussions, and films: anatomy 
physiology and nutrition, stages of labor 
and delivery, medication and anesthesia, 
hospital procedures, emotional aspects of 

I 



pregnancy and childbirth, breastfeeding and 
principles of newborn care, adapting to 
motherhood and fatherhood; exercise periods 
on: limbering and relaxation, breathing tech- 
niques, pushing techniques, comfort meas- 




"ESf THE VILLAGE 
MARION, MASS, 



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BREAKFAST - LUNCH 
GRILL - FOUNTAIN 
| N ICE CREAM 

II TUESDAY thru SUNDAY 
^5,9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 
Closed All Day Monday 




Mattapoisett 

Mattapoisett Neck - 1400 ft. waterfront on 
harbor, large Colonial home and 5-room Sum- 
mer home, 18 acres of land. 
Mattapoisett Neck - 39 acres of land, town 
water. 1/2 mile of street frontage. 

Setting high overlooking ocean, 4-bedroom 
unusual Ranch. 2 baths, fireplaced living 
room, and garage. $59,000. 

Walk to the Sea - 3 or 4 bedroom home, 8 
years old. Fireplaced living room, new kitch- 
en. $38,000. 

Close to boat ramp - Like new 2 -bedroom 
home. Hot water baseboard oil heat. Attrac- 
tive grounds. Immediate occupancy. $28,000, 

Marion 

Oceanfront Raised Ranch. 3/4 acre. Custom- 
built. 86' white sand beach and pier. 
$135,000. 



Home sites near the water 



Ma 



r|orie D. Downing 

REAL ESTATE 758-6454 

APPRAISALS SINCE 1957 REALTOR 

Multiple Listing Service 



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RAIN OR SHINE 

AWNINGS 




PROTECT AND BEAUTIFY 

Valo Products,! nc 

LITTLE BAY RD. ,Fairhaven. Cor . Sconticut Nk. 999-4975 
Patio Covers, Carports, Screen Enclosures, Storage Sheds 



ures . 

To insure informal and individualized in- 
struction, enrollment is limited and early 



LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 

MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE 
By virtue and in execution of a power of sale contained in a cer- 
tain mortgage given by OLIVA L„ ROBILLARD and NANCY M. 
ROBILLARD, husband and wife, of New Bedford, Bristol County, 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts to NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS 
SAVINGS BANK, a corporation established by authority of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and doing business at New Bedford, 
Bristol County, said Commonwealth, dated April 28th, 1976, and 
recorded with Plymouth County Registry of Deeds, Book 4156, 
Page 57 of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, 
for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose 
of foreclosing the same will be sold at public auction on Tuesday, 
August 9th, 1977, at 10 o'clock A.M., on the premises, all and 
singular the premises described in said mortgage, to wit: Land 
situated in Mattapoisett, Plymouth County, said Commonwealth, 
bounded and described as follows: 

"BEGINNING at the northwesterly comer of the premises herein 
mortgaged at a point in the easterly line of Brandt Beach Avenue, 
distant southerly therein four hundred four and 19/100 (404.19) 
feet from the southerly line of Brandt Island Road; 
thence EASTERLY in the southerly line of Lot #68 as shown on a 
plan of land hereinafter mentioned, one hundred fifty-eight and 
77/100 (158.77) feet to a point in the westerly line of a proposed 
way; 

thence SOUTHERLY in the said westerly line of a proposed way, 
ninety-nine and 79/100 (99.79) feet to Lot #682 on said plan; 
th ence WESTERLY in line of last— named lot, one hundred fifty— five 
and 56/100 (155.56) feet to the said easterly line of Brandt Beach 
Avenue; 

thence NORTHERLY in the said line of Brandt Beach Avenue, 
eighty-six and 39/100 (86.39) feet to a point; and 
thence NORTHWESTERLY in the said line of Brandt Beach Avenue, 
thirteen and 61/100 (13.61) feet to said Lot #680 and the point 
of beginning . 

CONTAINING 15,683 square feet, more or less. 
BEING SHOWN as LOT #681 on the Revised Plan of Part of Brandt 
Beach Situated in Mattapoisett, Mass. , drawn for Brooklawn 
Mortgage Co. , Inc. , dated November 14, 1968 and filed with Ply- 
mouth County Registry of Deeds in Plan Book 14, Page 1199. 
Together with the right to use, in common with other owners of 
lots on said Brandt Island Beach, the reservation fronting on the 
water front and all the roads leading thereto. 
Subject to restrictions of record insofar as the same are now in 
force and applicable. 

Being the same premises conveyed to us by deed of Roger A. 
Marcotte, of even date, to be recorded herewith." 
Subject to all unpaid taxes. 

TERMS: 10% in cash or certified check; Balance in 10 days upon 
delivery of deed. 

NEW BEDFORD FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK, present holder of 
mortgage. 

DATED: July 13th, 1977 
Prescott, Bullard & McLeod 
13 North Sixth Street 
New Bedford, Mass. , 

July 13th, 20th, 27th, 1977 Presto Press 



BRYANT AND MILLIE'S 



BIKE & APPLIANCE FIX-ALL 




LET US GET YOUR BIKE READY. WHEEL 
OVERHAUL A SPECIALTY. ASSEMBLE 
ANY BIKE. HAND -CRAFTED GIFTS. 
167 SPRING ST. , MARION. 748-0527 
BankAmericard Master Charge 



2:30-4:30 PM, 6:30-10 PM. 9-5 SAT. , 9-1 SUN. 



registration is encouraged . For more in- 
formation, call: Lisa Elliott, 994-1250; 
Judy Rose, 994-6856; Ruth Bates, 758-6279; 
Barbara Stevens, 295-5678. 

The next series of B.A.C.E. Prepared 
Childbirth classes begins on Tuesday, Aug- 
ust 2nd, in Fairhaven. 

SMU SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL 
RETURN ENGAGEMENT 

A return engagement of the two dancers who 
received a rave review earlier this summer at 
Southeastern Massachusetts University — 
Sandra Balestracci, prima ballerina with the 
New York City Opera and Mikhail Korogodsky, 
premier danseur with the same company — 



PRESTO PRESS 




758-2911 



MORE CLASSIFIEDS 36 & 38 



ROOM FOR RENT 
MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE. $21.00 WEEK. 
758-4351 . 



FOR SALE - 8' WOOD PRAM. $50.00. 
758-2009 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
NOTICE 

PARKING ON TOWN WHARVES BY PRIVILEGE STICKERS ONLY. 
Anyone not abiding by this regulation will be issued a parking 
violation. 

Town Residents may obtain privilege stickers at the Select- 
men' s Office, Monday thru Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Richard W. Blasdale, Chr. 
William F. Hubbard 
John N. DeCosta 

July 27, 1977 Presto Press 



TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS 
NOTICE 

A hearing will be held in the Selectmen's Office upon the ap- 
plication of the New Bedford Gas & Edison Light Company for 
ten (10) pole locations on Wolf Island Road. This hearing will 
be held on Tuesday evening, August 9, 1977 at 8:00 P.M. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Richard W. Blasdale, Chr. 
William F. Hubbard 
John N. DeCosta 

July 27, 1977 Presto Press 



34 PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 




758-4349 

ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss 

plus a performance by Bertica Shulman Cramer, 
piano soloist with the Boston Pops, will high- 
light an additional special program of the SMU 
Summer Music Festival. 

The evening of dance and music, entitled 
"Dancers Prepare and Pas de Deux", will close 
this summer's festival season on Friday, July 
29, at 8 P.M. in the air-conditioned SMU 
auditorium . 

Reviewer E. J. Dias called the earlier per- 
formance of the ballet artists "a high point" 
of the SMU Summer Festival. 

Wrote Mr. Dias: "Ms. Balestracci and Koro- 
godsky won standing ovations from the audi- 
ence for the grace and remarkable agility with 
which they performed the two pas de deux. . . 
The two dancers work beautifully together 
in well-timed lifts, nimble leaps, and beauti- 
fully controlled movement. At the conclusion 
.... in a demonstration of admirable strength 
and absolute control, Korogodsky balances 
Ms. Balestracci on his hand and lifts her high 
above his head — it is a memorable moment 
in choreography . " 

"I would like to emphasize," said Prof. Jo- 
sef Cobert, artistic director of the Summer 
Festival, "that the July 29 performance is not 
a repeat of the earlier performance by Ms . 



Lovely 



open mon-sax 12.-6 hohae tel. 

758 -^o&t 

Leather Etc* 

NOW FEATURING. 
ARNE CASSAVANT'S POTTERY 
60 MA.RION RD. 

NEXT TO WHARF FISH 




and Sale 



OF THE WORK OF TWO LOCAL ARTISTS 





COMPLETE LINE OF 

Art Supplies 
HERITAGE ARTS 



34 Bars tow St., mattapoisett 



10- S MOM- SAT., side, entrance 
IS*- Z300 

Behind the Fire Station i 



cduguJt Kit of Z)ke M,onth 



5" x 7" CARRYING 
CASE WITH BELT 
LOOP ..." 

Wear it for golf, 
bicycling, boating . . . 

Use it as a calculator 
cover, camera case. 
Travel with it as a 
jewelry case, sewing 
kit. 

Stitch it in our 
ribbon pattern or 
your monogram, 

or let us design something special for you. 

Available in navy, brown or red leather ($10.00 blank, 

$12.00 design); navy, brown, red or camel canvas 

($8.00 blank, $10.00 design. ) 

JSeedle M,ania 

Corner Harbor Rd. 
and Pleasant View Ave . , 
Mattapoisett. 758-3547 




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MATTAPOISETT IV\ARIOISI ROCHESTER J J\ 

PRESTO PRESS ^Ms 


MORE CLASSIFIEDS ftf g $8 


15 MECHANIC ST., MATTAPOISETT, MASS. 02739 1 

Donald C. Jason, Publisher-Editor 7 JT Q 1 11 
Addressed subscription $7.50 year. / J Q " 7 « // 


YACHTSMAN'S ANCHOR, 30 POUND 
NEW. A RARE FIND. $75.00. 
758-2710. 


FIRST TIME YARD SALE. 9A.M. 
73 NORTH STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 

QATTTPTlAV TTTTV ^fH-V» DATM HD CutmP 

ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. 


DEADLINES: NEWS, SATURDAY 12 NOON; CLASSrflEDS, MON- 
DAYS 10 A.M. DISPLAY ADVERTISING NOON FRIDAY 


LOOKING FOR BABY SITTER IN THE DAY 
FOR THE FALL FOR TWO CHILDREN. 

CALL 763-4530 FOR DETAILS. 


WILL BUY ANYTHING OLD OR ODDS AND ENDS . 
OLD GLASS, FURNITURE, PAINTINGS, ETC. 
CALL ANYTIME. 994-8090 or 996-0921. 


FOR SALE - RICHMOND UPRIGHT PIANO, $75.00. 
DUNCAN PHYFE DINING TABLE, $40.00. 
CALL AFTER 6 P . M . 295-8931, ASK FOR JANET. 


CHAIR CANING - CANING INCLUDING SPECIAL WEBBING 
FOR SHAKER CHAIRS OR SPLINT (NO RUSH OR FIBER) . 

CALL 758-2133 8 to 10 A.M. or 6 P.M. 


FOR SALE - HONDA MT-250 
EXCELLENT CONDITION. 


KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING SUPPLIES 
KAY'S KNIT'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT. 758-6637. 
CLOSED MONDAYS. 


FULL TIME OPENING FOR PACKING & SHIPPING CLERK WTTH 
SMALL LOCAL AREA MANUFACTURER. MUST HAVE GOOD HAND- 
WRITING & COMPETENCE WITH FIGURES. WRITE BOX 184, 
MATTAPOISETT, DEPT. A, DESCRIBING BACKGROUND. 


FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING 
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT 
MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842. 


USED BOOKS BOUGHT & SOLD. WE BUY OLD POST CARDS. 
WILL CALL AT YOUR HOME. NELSON'S BOOK SHOP, 109 
WILLIAM STREET, NEW BEDFORD. 997-1704. 


FOR SALE - 36' CABIN CRUISER, G.M. DIESEL. 
MANY LAiKAb. p/DUU. 
763-8695. 


FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT. 
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THIS AREA. 
SCRIMSHAW BY NANCI. CALL 295-4813. 


FOR SALE - BEETLE CAT. $600.00. 
758-6459. 


ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH- 
ERS , REFRIGERATORS , ETC . ALL MAKES . WASHBURN ELECTRICAL 
COMPANY, MARION. TELEPHONE 748-0238. 


DRAPERY FABRIC SALE 

DPyMAMTQ rDHM TO ^ 1 7^ A VARFi 

I\X» 1 v 1 IN xA in, XO r Ixv-'iVl i JU 1 V-» y J. • / O rA Lr\ixLJ « 

25 COUNTY ROAD, MATTAPOISETT, NEXT TO NICK'S PIZZA 


SEARL L. ROOT 
758-4410 

QUALITY PAINTING CONTRACTOR - VINYL SIDING. 


FOR SALE - SAILBOAT, 15 1/2 FT. SLOOP. STAINLESS 
TRAILER. $550. 00. PHONE 758-6560 . 


THE BROTHERS STAN. 1 1/2 TON TRUCK. CLEAN ATTICS, GARAGES 
ETC. ALL ODD JOBS. "TRY YOUR LUCK, WE'LL DO ANYTHING TO 
MAKE A BUCK, WE'RE REASONABLE." STANLEY C. SYLVIA 994-9693 


NEW, ALL WOOL HAND-BRAIDED RUG. 
AUTUMN COLORS. 9 x 13 UVAL. §585.00 
763-4597. 


BOARDING DOGS AND CATS 
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS . H EATED . 
ALL BREED DOG GROOMING AND FLEA AND TICK DIP. 
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHONE 763-5748. 


SAILFISH FOR RENT. 
BY DAY OR WEEK. 
CALL 758-6243. 


CHARTER - 31' VIKSUND MOTORSAILER. SLEEPS 8, FULLY 
EQUIPPED. BY THE DAY, WEEKEND OR WEEK. 
758-6286 AFTER 5 P.M. WEEKDAYS. 


COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE, 
r LEA AND ilOK. Dir. rUUxJLh brbUiAi.ii 
CALL 758-2837 


CARPENTRY - ROOF , SIDING . ALL TYPES OF 
REPAIRS, ADDITIONS, CABINETS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED . 
CALL RUSS BONNEAU, 748-1554. 


SUMMER CLASSES IN THE MOST REWARDING HOBBY AT 

DOT T T AMD nFRAMTf. 5 ? AT RF^FRV/ATTOM 
i~y j_i j_i jjrti\ji_^ v_/ ur\rtivii,oo MX jxXjOXjiN.vrtXX'w'iM 

ROAD, MATTAPOISETT. 7 58-6420. 


OFFICE TO RENT IN MATTAPOISETT. 
HEAT & LIGHT INCLUDED. 
CALL 758-3384 BETWEEN 8 A.M. & 4:30 P.M. 


BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE 
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE TO 10-SPEED. 
DONALD GEORGE, MARY'S POND ROAD, ROCHESTER. 295-2351 . 


KEYS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT'. 
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS, HOUSE KEYS & MISCELLANEOUS 
TOlVI'ci aTTTO PART9 RTF fi MATTAPOTSFTT 758-9221 


MOTORCYCLE TIRES , BATTERIES, CHAINS AND ACCESSORIES . 
OPEN SUNDAYS 10-1. ' TOM'S AUTO PARTS AND 
SUPPLIES ,_ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT . 758-9221. 


CB RADIO REPAIR 
FCC LICENSED TECH. 
TELEPHONE 758-6916 7 A.M. - 11 P.M. LOU PERRY 


al McCartney, general contractor 
21 brandt island road, mattapoisett. 

758-2705. 


THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD. & RTE. 6 
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES. 
11 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED TUESDAYS. 
TELEPHONE 758-4324. 


1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES, BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT. 
11 AM - b rM Oc BY ArrUIN i MLN i . OLUbhiJ bUNDAYb <* MUlNDAlb 
WE ALSO BUY. CALL 758-6267. 


KITCHEN KNIVES", SCISSORS, 
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED. 

T\jr*v vTvrc Ten ooqc 
JJiUti KblLb, /OO-ZJOD. 


ROGER J. OUELLETTE, CARPENTER & BUILDER. 
CABINET WORK, FINISH WORK. 
16 INLAND ROAD, MARION. 748-0535. 


WE STOCK FAN BELTS FOR HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, 
LAUNDRY AND LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT. 
TOM'S AUTO PARTS, RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-9221. 


REFINISHING AND RESTORATION 
OF FINE FURNITURE. 
GEORGE BOYCE - 758-6560 _ 


CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS TO BRING NEW COLOR & 
CHARM INTO YOUR HOME FOR THE SUMMER & FALL MONTHS. 
PLEASE CALL IN ADVANCE. WE PICK UP & DELIVER. 758-4512. 


BUSINESS BROKERAGE - IF YOU ARE THINKING OF BUYING OR 
SELLING COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, CALL A SPECIALIST IN LAND •& 
BUSINESS. NO OBLIGATION FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTATION 
AND EVALUATION. RICHARD LAGREZE , 748-1842. 


CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE - 10 A.M. MONDAY 



36 PRESTO PRESS July 27, 1977 



•FISH 



tuffed $1 

DD 

ST. AW - ROT.T. f, RIITTER ■ 



Every Friday 

SERVED 11:30 AM to 6 PM 

.25 



Baked S 

CO 

FRENCH FRIES - COLE SLAW - ROLL & BUTTER 

HOT & COLD / gf^ BIG or Little 

3 j§5^ Burgers 

FRAPFES . . MILKSHAKES . . PUNCH . . LEMONADE 



SUBS 




VILLAGE S3 

SALES - SERVICE 

Accessories 

CALL THE PICKLED GROUCH - - 
WE MONITOR CHANNEL 19 



VILLAGE DELI 

CORNER RTE. 6 £ MAIN ST. 758-2431 
OPEN 7 AM to 6 PM. CLOSED SAT. at 2 P.M. 
Closed Sundays & Holidays 



Balestracci and Korogodsky. The program is 
entirely new . " 

Ms. Balestracci was taught the fundamentals 
of dance at a very early age by Madame Jacque- 
line Bazinet Cobert. She later trained in 
Boston under Harriet Hoctor, the glamorous 
Ziegfield ballerina and the great Yugoslav 
ballerina Assoluta Anna Roje. 

Sandra's classical roles have encompassed 
the lyrical Juliet in Romeo & Juliet , Cinderella, 
Sugar Plum Fairy in Nutcracker , and Don 
Quixote. She has performed in contemporary 
ballets , such as Eaters of Darkness and Lizzy 
Borden. As a guest with the Philadelphia 
Lyric Opera, the San Francisco Opera and the 
Miami Opera Companies, as well as her on- 
going performances as prima ballerina of the 
New York City Opera Ballet Company, her 
extensive credits include La Gioconda, Tan- 
nehauser, Macbeth, Aida, Faust, Samson & 
Delila, The Merry Widow, Die Fledermaus, 
Carmen, The Marriage of Figaro and La Belle 
Helene . 



Mikhail Korogodsky was born in Kiev, Russia 
After graduation from Riga Ballet School, he 




RUTOPflRT 



NEW STORE HOURS 

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE , 
WE HAVE EXTENDED OUR STORE HOURS: 

MONDAY - THURSDAY: 8 AM - 5:30 PM 
FRIDAY: 8 AM - 8:00 PM 

SATURDAY: 8 AM - 3:00 PM 

2883 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, Ma. 
(Junction of Acushnet Ave. & Ashley Blvd.) 
Call 995-9741 



village styling shop 

PAT SYLVIA HAS JOINED US AS A MANICURIST- 
RECEPTIONIST. CALL 758-6423 TO MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENT TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:30 TO 5:30 




Start at the top 



We'll give your hair more than a "lick and a 
promise." We consider your work, your hair 
texture, and even your personality before we 
lift scissors or brush. Then we show you how to 
keep your top top-notch the easy California 
Concept way. 

Call for an appointment. 



You'll like our style! 



Accepting appointments Tuesday through Friday. 

Walk -ins welcome. Saturdays, walk in only. 

village styling shop 

ROUTE 6 and MAIN STREET, M ATTAPOISETT . 758-6423 
8:30-5:30 Tues. thru Friday, G 8:30 - 4:00 Saturdays 
exclusive representatives for 

CdJlfORniA. COnCCPt" Hair Designing 'Hair Products 



July 27, 1977 PRESTO PRESS 37 



t'lUKc OLHbM r 1 tl/S r$ge 5*f & $Q 


BARNYARD ANTIQUES , ETC., NANCYLEE & PHILIPPE GAUCHER, 
WALNUT PLAIN ROAD, ROCHESTER. PRIMITIVES, TOYS, COL- 
LECTIBLES & SMALL PIECES OF FURNITURE. WED. THRU SAT. 
10-5 & SUN. 12-5, OR BY APPOINTMENT ANYTIME . 763-4264. 


SAILBOAT CHARTER 
CHARTER BY THE WEEKEND OR THE WEEK. 27' PEARSON 
RENEGADE SLOOP. SLEEPS 4 or 5 . REASONABLE. CALL 758-4351. 


GEORGE F. CATHCART 
BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT. TEL. 758-2656. 


CAPTAIN HADLEY HOUSE ANTIQUES 

Ar rKAioilNllj tx DUllJNlj UKlfcN 1AL. KUIjO AWL) AftlliyUfco. 

John or Thelma Hayward, Corner Rtes. 6 & 105, Marlon. 748-0482 


LAWN CARE. MOWING GRASS, PRUNING TREES, SHRUBS. 
PLANT OR TRIM. CRUSHED STONE DRIVEWAYS. ALSO ATTICS 
& CELLARS CLEANED. CALL ANYTIME DENNIS OR GERRY. 
996-1618 - 994-7032 


CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS, CUSHIONS AND DRAPERIES. 
ALL FITTING DONE IN YOUR HOME . 
CALL ELSIE AT 997-8830 OR 644-5659. 


CHARTER - MORGAN 28 SAILBOAT. SLEEPS 6. FULLY EQUIPPED. 
WITH DINGHY. BY DAY, WEEKEND, OR WEEK. 
748-1099 OR 748-1836. 


HAVE PICK-UP 
WILL DO ODD JOBS 
AND HAULING. 758-4283. 


SMALL & LARGE ODD JOBS/WANTED. 
CARPENTRY - MASONRY - WALLPAPERING & PAINTING. 
758-2060. 


EXTERIOR & INTERIOR PAINTING. NO JOB 
TOO SMALL. SMALL CARPENTRY JOBS, 
: J. FOLEY. 763-2320. 


OMC 120 COMPLETE ENGINE FOR I/O. 
UKFB ONTTY 2 SFASOMS 
CALL 758-2710. 


SAW & TOOL SHARPENING. THE MOST COMPLETE & MODERN 
SHOP IN THE AREA. GUARANTEED, FAST SERVICE. BOB'S SHARPEN- 
ING SERVICE, RIVER ROAD, MATTAPOIS ETT . 758-4384. 


AQUARIUM - 35 GALLON. ACCESSORIES - 
WRUUGHT IRUN STAND. $>4U.U0. fWU NEW 
STUDDED SNOW TIRES, SIZE 14. $20.00. 758-4595. 


CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 
INSIST ON COLOR PROCESSING BY KODAK 
WIN'S CAMERA & CARD SHOP, OPP. P.O. , MAIN ST. , WAREHAM. 


DIVING SERVICES 
MOORING INSPECTION, SEARCH AND REPAIR. 
758-9216. 


QUALITY USED FURNITURE & ALL SORTS OF USED MERCHANDISE. 
THE LOWEST PRICES YOU'LL EVER SEE. COME IN EARLY. OPEN 
FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 10 to 5. GATEWAY TO CAPE 
COD, RT. 6, MARION-MATT. LINE. FRANK DECOSTA. 748-0587. 


NEW WELLS PUMPED AND COMPLETE ANALYSIS TAKEN. WELL 
PUMPS AND FILTRATION SYSTEMS SALES AND SERVICE. 
BOB CASWELL. 992-7376. 


FOR SALE - 40' BALTZER SEA MASTER, TWIN DIESELS. 
FULLY EQUIPPED. $12,500. 
(WAREHAM) 295-9141 . 


rUK KLN 1 - J-KUUM ArAKiMtN 1 W1J.H biUVb. 
UNFURNISHED. ON SECOND FLOOR. WALK TO BEACH. 
OWN ENTRANCE. CALL 758-2137 AFTER 6 P.M. 


WANTED - UPRIGHT OR SPINET PIANO. NOT TOO OLD. 

MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION. NO ANTIQUES PLEASE. 
758-2710. 


MOVING OUT OF STATE 
MODERN LIVING ROOM FURNITURE, DEHUMIDIFIER, TWIN BED, 
SET, B&W T.V., SCM PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, TYPIST CHAIR, 

WWFT RAR 9TOOT S ANTTOUF ^TNCJFR SFWTNCS OARTNFT AMTTOTTF 

O V V XV i_i J_j DnIK O J. WVLO , rtlM L UL Oily \JttI\- O Li V V 1 IN O vnDl IN Jj J. , rt IN ± XV^ U Lt 

CHAIR, COLUMBIA STEREO & WASHER & GAS DRYER. 758-3394. 


over 300 articles of men's, women's, children's & in- 
fant's CLOTHING AT REDUCED PRICES. THE CLOTHES OFFICE, 
CONSIGNMENT STORE, DEPOT STREET, EAST WAREHAM . 
WED., THURS., FRI., 9 to 12 and 1 to 5; SATURDAY, 9 to 12. 


YARD SALE 

^ATTTRfiAV TUTY "? f) 1 0— 9 

Onl U l\L/nI , J UL1 JU, 1U £i 

31 MAIN STREET, MATTAPOISETT 


SWEET NATURED 16 MONTH OLD BLACK SETTER-TYPE DOG NEEDS 
A GOOD HOME, PREFERABLY WITH CHILDREN. SHE IS EX- 

TRFMFTY OFNTTF ANT) AFFFOTTONATF OWMFR MOVTMO AMD 

UNABLE TO KEEP HER. CALL 758-2366 BEFORE JULY 31st. 


FOR SALE - G.E. ELECTRIC STOVE, $40.; KENMORE 
GAS STOVE (BOTTLED), $40.; RADIO CABINET. 
758-2347. 


FOR SALE - MOORING IN MATTAPOISETT HARBOR 
AND DINGHY, $200.00. 
758-6286 AFTER 5:00 P.M. 


YARD SALE - RUGS, CURTAINS, BABY FURNITURE, GARDEN SUP- 
PLIES, TOOLS, DISHES, FURNITURE, TOYS. PLENTY OF PARKING. 
SUNDAY, 10-? TOM'S AUTO PARTS, ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT. 


PORTRAITS PAINTED 
CALL CHRIS BERTRAM 
758-3360. 


SAILFISH FOR RENT 
DAY- $7.00. WEEK -$30.00. 
CALL 758-4241. 


19' BASS BOAT READY TO GO. BOATYARD BUILT. 
REASONABLE TO INTERESTED PARTY. 
CALL MATTAPOISETT BOATYARD OR CALL 758-2710. 


YARD SALE 
Hi NURIH blKbbl, MAI lArt-iibtl 1 
9 to 4 SATURDAY ONLY. 


FOR SALE - 2 -PIECE COLONIAL COUCH, $25.; SEVERAL 
SMALL END TABLES, $5.00 EACH; PORTABLE ORGAN, $10.00. 
758-2912. 


WANTED - MATURE HOUSEKEEPER BEGINNING 
AUGUST 26, FOR 4 1/2 HOURS A WEEK. 
MUST SUPPLY REFERENCES. 758-4625. 


SOCIETY OF FRIENDS, EAST MATTAPOISETT. GEORGE A. ROBIN- 
SON, PASTOR. UNPROGRAMMED MEETING SUNDAYS AT 10:15 
A.M.; PROGRAMMED MEETING FOR WORSHIP AT 11 A.M. 


WATERFRONT - At Taylor's Pt. 6 rm. Cape, 4 bdrms., full bath, 
block foundation, gas floor furnace, view of Mass. Maritime 

LITTLE HARBOR - 8 rm. Split Entry, 4 bdrms. , hot water heat by 
oil, full bsmt. , roomy acre lot, swimming pool. Golf and salt 

BAY STATE REALTY 
Opposite Newberry's at Wareham Plaza 295-4900 


GIGANTIC YARD SALE. THE ANCHORAGE, 14 MAIN ST. , MATTA- 
POISETT. SATURDAY, JULY 30, RAIN DATE, SUNDAY. SKIS, HEAVY 
DUTY G .M . TRAILERS ITCH, PHOTO & SLIDE EQUIPMENT, BAYO- 
NETS, BOOKS, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MUCH MORE. 

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE. 9 to 4 . NO EARLY BIRDS. 


FOR c; at p _ i n FOOT TMFTATART F RUNABOUT WOOD KEEL AND 
FLOOR BOARDS, SPRAY HOOD AND MOLDED-IN PLYWOOD TRAN- 
SOM FOR O.B. TO 10 H.P. LIKE NEW. $175.00. DEPTHFINDER 
O-100' RANGE, SELF CONTAINED WITH TRANSOM TRANSDUCER 
MOUNT, UNUSED. $60.00. 758-9396. 


FOR SALE - 10 MONTHS OLD PUG DOG. 
AKC REGISTERED . VERY GOOD WITH CHILDREN . 
$150.00. 994-1696. 


WANTED — BOAT STORAGE SPACE 
FOR 23' KEEL SAILBOAT ON TRAILER-- COVERED OR UNCOVERED. 
NEED BY AUGUST 15th. 758-9396. 



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SPECIALrTT" 
t/OUNPtK r $159 

■ w while quantities last | LB, 



Hours 



TUES. , WED. & SAT. 10 to 7 

THURS. &FRI. 10 to 8 
Closed Sundays & Mondays 



REGULAR 



FISH & CHIPS t1B5 



plus tax 



EAT AT TABLES INDOORS AND 
PICNIC AREA OUTDOORS 



WHARF 

4 FILLET 



TUNA, SHRIMP & CRABMEAT SALADS, STUFFED QUAHOGS 
QUAHOG CHOWDER, SALAD ROLLS, HOG DOGS & HAMBURGERS 



Top of Hammond's Hill, Mattapoisett 
Al Lewis, Prop. 758-3711 758-3712 



was invited to become principal dancer by the 
Riga Ballet and Opera Company. He appeared 
as guest soloist with the Chelyabinsk Ballet 
and Opera . 

Ticket information may be obtained from the 
SMU Arts and Music office, Group I Building, 
Room 368, telephone extension 455. 

Tickets are also available at Saltmarsh's, 
3rd floor; Karten Jewelry at the North Dart- 
mouth Mall; the Music Box on Acushnet Avenue 
New Bedford; or at the Symphony Shop in the 
Dartmouth Plaza opposite Bishop Stang High 
School . 

Parking lots number 4 and 5 are available 



758-2711 



992-5666 



RUSSELL I. PEIRCE & SON 

master ELECTRICIAN journeyman 

FAERHAVEN RD., MATTAPOISETT. MASS. 

CELLAR PUMPS 

SOLD, REPAIRED AND INSTALLED 



TIDES 



High 



Low 



/ for those attending the concert. 

To reach the SMU campus, turn off Route 
195 at exits 18 at North Dartmouth. 

1 PINE WHALE COFFEE JABLE 



July 


AM 


PM 


AM 


PM 


27 


5:44 


6:13 


11:20 


12:26 


28 


6:40 


7:03 


12:26 


12:53 


29 


7:35 


7:59 


1:22 


1:24 


30 


8:25 


8:49 


2:12 


2:18 


31 


9:16 


9:36 


2:57 


3:08 


Aug. 










1 


10:04 


. 10:24 


3:41 


3:55 


2 


10:50 


11:11 


4:21 


4:41 


3 


11:39 


11:58 


5:00 


5:27 



THE NEXT MATTAPOISETT 

Waste Paper Collection will be 

10 AM SAT. to 4 PM SUN. , VAN AT fa\J Q 



TOWN PARKING LOT ON 

DEPOT STREET i 
Courtesy of REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE 



6 & 7 



FOR MATTAPOISETT 

999-2221 




FISH 





ESTABLISHED 1865 



HEAVY PINE WHALE SHAPED TABLE TOP 
ON A TRESTLE BASE . . APPROXIMATELY 
19" WIDE BY 54" LONG & 18" HIGH IN THE 
ROUGH AND UNASSEMBLED READY FOR 
YOUR HAND FINISHING. 

ACUSHNET 

SAW MILLS 
38 Mill Road 

SAWMILL 995-1711 
DECORATING CENTER 995-1714 
Weekdays 7:30 to 5. Saturdays 7:30 to 3:00 



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PROTECT YOUR AUTOMOBILE'S 

VALUE AS WELL AS ITS LOOKS 



RUST REPAIR 

You know the bad habits of rust ... a small 
easy-to-overlook spot can become a hor- 
rendous sight in a short time, corroding 
and weakening as its appetite grows. Beat 
rust before it has the chance to take over 
. . . we'll be happy to give you an estimate. 



BODY WORK 
PAINTING 
REFINISHING 
TOWING SERVICE 



If you should have the misfortune 
of being involved in an accident, 
call Joe's Arco for a tow and an 
estimate . 




AND WE HAVE A CONVENIENT 

CAR WASH 



VACUUM CLEANER - BRUSH TYPE 

for a thorough removal of summer's dust 
and grit. Soft bristles treat your car's 
finish gently while they clean completely, 

GIVE YOUR CAR A SHOWROOM LOOK 
ONCE AGAIN! 



Stop here regularly for the day to day care that keeps your car going . . . 

JOE'S ARCO STATION 

& AUTO BODY 

RTE. 6 MATTAPOISETT 758-3328 or 758-6760 

8 AM - 8 PM Daily. Sat. 8 AM to 5 PM . Sundays & Holidays 9 AM to 4 JM 



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